(Photo: Richie Benavidez)
San Francisco’s Miss March simply makes some fine indie rock. The rhythms, harmonies, and melodies of the track “Miles Away” have been stuck in my head for a few days now, and they’ve got a mighty fine video to go along with it (sadly, we didn’t share it in time for St. Patrick’s Day).
Miss March also just released another great video today for “Ashes and Urn”, which was a bit of a family affair. The video was filmed at frontman Edward Burch’s father’s gymnastic academy in Albuquerque, while it was shot, directed, and edited by Burch’s wife, Shahrzade Ehya. The result is wonderful:
Miss March’s debut album, That Is All, is available now on their website. It was recorded at Tiny Telephone, where Burch tells me he fell so madly in love with the studio’s Wurlitzer that he used it throughout the album and actually bought one to perform live with. Watch him put it to use Saturday at Miss March’s album release show at the Make Out Room, where they’ll be joined by Magic Trick.
Magic Trick, Miss March
Make Out Room
March 21, 2015