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Making April is tagged as: acoustic, piano rock, indie, emo, alternative

Founded in a dorm room by Sean Scanlon and Steve McCaffrey at Albany State, NY, Making April formed its unique sound by combining the use of piano and strings with their indie-acoustic background. Upon completion of their first tracks, they decided to acquire accompany musicians and long time friends Greg Federspiel and Tom Rebortine. After their initial studio session in March ‘05, MA was excited with its creations, but far from satisfied. They went back to their respective schools to finish out their senior years of college and write more music.
Since then, MA has grown a strong-dedicated fan base via the internet and local shows maturing vastly over the past year. After spending most of January ‘06 at Nada Studio, MA released their debut EP on April 11th, 2006, titled Runaway World. The album was a huge success; confirming that these guys are the real deal.
Recently, the band made the choice to split up because of hetic scheduals after abruptly ending a tour.
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Roses And Butterflies
I Wrote This Song
Chase You Down
These Are The Nights
All of Yours
Jump In
Runaway World
Hurry up and Wait
Runaway World (Acoustic)
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