Saturdays is the 2016 album from San Antonio-based musician Jared Putnam who performs under the name The March Divide. Heavily influenced by the indie/emo sounds of the late `90s, often mixed with pop, folk, and Americana overtones, The March Divide has released two albums, three EPs, and a 7-inch since late 2012, with press features in Magnet, Under The Radar, Diffuser, and USA Today, to name a few. Along with airplay on college and specialty radio, The March Divide has been in rotation on over 300 radio stations nationwide, charting multiple times on FMQB. Playing nearly 200 shows nationally in the short time The March Divide has been in existence.
Saturdays is the 2016 album from San Antonio-based musician Jared Putnam who performs under the name The March Divide. Heavily influenced by the indie/emo sounds of the late `90s, often mixed with pop, folk, and Americana overtones, The March Divide has released two albums, three EPs, and a 7-inch since late 2012, with press features in Magnet, Under The Radar, Diffuser, and USA Today, to name a few. Along with airplay on college and specialty radio, The March Divide has been in rotation on over 300 radio stations nationwide, charting multiple times on FMQB. Playing nearly 200 shows nationally in the short time The March Divide has been in existence.
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Format: CD
Label: TMD
Rel. Date: 05/20/2016
UPC: 600649784325

Saturdays
Artist: March Divide
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Saturdays is the 2016 album from San Antonio-based musician Jared Putnam who performs under the name The March Divide. Heavily influenced by the indie/emo sounds of the late `90s, often mixed with pop, folk, and Americana overtones, The March Divide has released two albums, three EPs, and a 7-inch since late 2012, with press features in Magnet, Under The Radar, Diffuser, and USA Today, to name a few. Along with airplay on college and specialty radio, The March Divide has been in rotation on over 300 radio stations nationwide, charting multiple times on FMQB. Playing nearly 200 shows nationally in the short time The March Divide has been in existence.