"10 Hottest Irish Music Acts to Listen Out For in 2018", buzz.ie
"Top 10 Bands to Watch in 2018", Irish Daily Star
"Adventurous, interesting, gorgeous. We love them. We March are the most played band on the RTE 2XM Garageland radio show" Dermot Lambert, RTE 2XM
"With violin, operatic vocals, strange percussion instruments and an overall jazz/cabaret influence this shouldn't work but, as with other unconventional artists, it does and is a treat", Derek Foley, Irish Daily Star
We March burst onto the Irish music scene in 2017, immediately garnering national media attention for their impactful stage shows, earning We March a place on two “Top 10 for 2018” lists. Their debut EP “The Dumb Angel” has been called “Adventurous, interesting and gorgeous” by RTE.
We March are currently mixing and mastering their debut album for set for release in 2018 / 2019.
Listening to We March is a truly unique musical experience. Adrenaline fuelled battle cries and rabble rousers sit side by side with heart rending ballads of loss and life. A gothic blend of jazz, blues, Italian opera, and Arabic folk, Cork based We March will leave their mark.
Italian operatic jazz vocals supplied by Debora Calzaccia will hit you hard with emotional intensity and spiralling virtuosity, breathing life to the compositions by John Paul FitzGerald. Never taking the obvious route, the words and music will constantly keep you on your toes. Mohamed Siala's Arabic fiddle floats over the top providing depth and tension through scratchy bursts of atonal dissonance or beautifully crafted arrangement. Cello adds a classical, chamber orchestra feel to the mix. Top off with the creative, restrained but powerful drums by Cathal Dennehy, and you get the unconventional, interesting and immersive experience that is We March, with energetic pieces of music, bursting with energy, sorrow and emotion.