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Maybe April

Maybe April play homecoming show at The Listening Room Cafe on 10.19

In the last few months since releasing the video for "You Were My Young", Nashville folk trio Maybe April have traveled the country playing festivals, opening for acts like Rhett Miller, and getting another Audiotree performance under their belt. But on October 19th, they'll return home to Nashville for a performance at The Listening Room Cafe, a venue that has yielded the stage to Maybe April's three-part harmonies and dancing guitars for years. Following that show, they'll head to Black Mountain, NC to perform at the LEAF Festival; they'll play on the last day of the festival before heading to DC and Pennsylvania to wrap up their fall tour. Don't miss them in a couple of weeks; until then, watch the video for "You Were My Young" below. - Will Sisskind

"You Were My Young" is Maybe April's sweet swan-song for a young romance

 If you don't shed a tear (internally or externally) listening to Maybe April's "You Were My Young," you've probably not had a high school romance. Nonetheless, this song is a gorgeous, melodic swan-song for a teenage romance that anyone can enjoy. Honeyed nostalgic imagery are no doubt this band's strong suit. Kristen, Katy and Alaina's voices blend together creating a lovely anchor for the song atop a rhythmic acoustic guitar and drum country arrangement. The video, albeit a bit cheesy, makes me wish I were young and in love again. Be sure to check out the band on tour this summer. -Geena Kloeppel 



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