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Make Do and Mend

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Biography

Make Do And Mend is a post-hardcore / punk rock band from West Hartford, CT, formed in 2006, and now living in Boston, MA. They first released a 6-track EP (We're All Just Living) in 2007, and then a follow-up EP (Bodies Of Water). They gave it for free online, and then Panic Records called to help out with an official release, which came true in March 2009. At the end of the year, the band entered the studio to record two songs for a split album with Touché Amoré, released September 2010 on Panic Records. On October 26th, 2010, Make Do And Mend released their first full-length album, entitled End Measured Mile--a split label release between Paper + Plastick and Panic Records.

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Top Songs

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  1.  
    Lyrics
    Believe me when I say*
    That there will always be cold days,
    But the grass is only greener here if you plant it that way.
    So you can lock yourself away,
    Give up, forget, go back to sleep,
    Unknowingly Strong  -  176,512 plays
  2.  
    Lyrics
    I climb the wooden stairs to my apartment in the city*
    With dark brown molding and white walls.
    I search my bank account for traces of the forty-hour weeks
    I’ve been working since last fall.
    Give me a list of alarms to set,
    Oak Square  -  139,376 plays
  3.  
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    When they ask me whether you mean more to me
    than moving pictures on a T.V. screen
    am I supposed to say
    that I was young when you left and you don’t keep in touch these days,
    or that the bottle had its say and took you away?
    Ghostal  -  156,531 plays
  4.  
    Lyrics
    I don’t know who you are, and it’s too hard
    to keep pretending that you’re more
    than the mark of an old scar
    that doesn’t hurt anymore.
    And I’ve grown numb of the fear
    Transparent Seas  -  144,867 plays
  5.  
    Lyrics
    I spent my night
    sweating through my clothes,
    and screaming 'til my throat
    ached like burning coals.
    Still it's not right
    For A Dreamer  -  104,014 plays
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