Birds of a Feather
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Birds of a Feather

Hobart, Indiana, United States

Hobart, Indiana, United States
Band Rock


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March 2011 - March of the Birds EP

July 2011 - Birds of a Feather
Track 1: No Pride in Lion has received airplay on the radio on two separate occasions.
Track 3: I Thought Hurricane Season Was Over has received airplay on the radio on three separate occasions.



Ryan, Katie, and Kegan all met on the same night in June of 2010. They hit it off right away, and within the same week Ryan was jamming with Katie. Soon after they became more acquainted, they decided that they would like to start taking their basement project more seriously and the search for a bassist began. Kegan was the second bassist they tried out, and he fit like a glove.

Their first show was November 5th, 2010 in a dingy basement called the Eagles Club in Lake Station, Indiana with their friends stop.drop.rewind, and Oceans Over Airplanes. Right away they were recognized as more than your average local band by all in attendance.

Shows started coming along more and more as time went on. They decided to record their catalog with Ryan's high school friend Andrew Brown. Their first recordings took 3 no more than three hours. After receiving their mastered recordings back, they decided to release it under the name of March of the Birds.

As the shows and opportunities kept on coming and their following started to accumulate, they decided that their rough recordings weren't enough. Starting in June of 2011 they recorded a self-titled album with Tony Pagorek of Oceans Over Airplanes at Hey Charlie!!! Studios.

Their self-titled album was released on July the 23rd of 2011.

They are still playing shows regularly all the way from Chicago to Saint Joseph, Michigan, to Crown Point, Indiana, and the snowball keeps on rolling.

Their music is said to sound reminiscent of bands such as Brand New, but no one can deny that their sound is unique. They blend improvisation with indie rock, pop punk, folk rock, and on rare occasions metal.