There's a good chance that you haven't heard of Flint's March Skies yet as they're relatively new to the scene. However, if you're a fan of Chevelle, Deftones, Breaking Benjamin, Halestorm, and The Pretty Reckless, you'll definitely be into the sound of March Skies. 

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March Skies officially formed in the late fall of 2021. Since that time they have been crafting their own brand of midwest hard rock. Driving and melodic guitars of Rob Horn (former Glass Empires and Avenue Sky) A tight rhythm section held together by Adam Delahaye (former Glass Empires and A Murder of Crows) along with Nate Cocke on bass (former Uplift and Eyes of Dominance) the final puzzle piece was added with vocalist Ashley Bell. 

In their short time together, they have been working hard to build a brand to bring to the masses new material, more videos in the works, and merchandise. 

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Brandi Delahaye

‘The Flame’ was written to bring attention to how the media and politics are constantly trying to drive a wedge between the people, says vocalist Ashley Bell. 

The band really hopes you enjoy their new video for 'The Flame' which they released in August of this year. 'The Flame' is also available on all streaming services and for download. Follow @marchskiesoffical on Facebook for all news and upcoming shows. 

Upcoming March Skies Shows:

  • Friday, October 21 - Cascaddan Lounge in Metamora
  • Friday, November 18 - Flint Local 432 in Downtown Flint

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