Daughter of professional classical/theatre musicians, March started learning the piano age four and later began composing theatre music while studying Drama at Manchester University. Her music reflects these influences and more, inhabiting territory somewhere between art song, classical, folk, dream-pop, electronica and cinematic.
After touring as keyboard player with Cousteau, March spent three years teaching herself how to mix/produce while writing her album ‘Divining’ 2008. An EP, single and dance/theatre score ‘Politik’ followed before 2013 album 'Nights Bright Days’. The album features guest musicians Ted Watson: bass clarinet/soprano sax, Emma Bell: French horn, Tommy Ashby: guitar. In 2014 March signed with Hidden Shoal who re-released 'Nights Bright Days' to critical acclaim.
In December 2017 March’s album ‘Blood-Red Spark’ was released, continuing her exploration of a rich musical seam in which songwriterly storytelling and radiant, sensual imagistic soundscape meet.