There are musicians and there are artists, Make Do And Mend are artists. They
don’t write songs, they craft them. Multiple hours are spent on every lyric, and
every chord progression, you can hear the passion in every song. The band’s
latest effort, “Don’t Be Long”, is no exception. All 11 songs are hand-crafted
masterpieces. You can tell after one listen that this is a record that will stay in
your collection for years to come.
The band chose to re-enlist producers, Jay Maas and Nick Bellmore, the
dynamic duo behind the band’s debut success, “End Measured Mile”. The
result is something truly special. It’s an album that will be treasured by fans
and critics alike for years to come. No strangers to life on the road, Make Do
And Mend have toured with Hot Water Music, The Wonder Years, and Senses
Fail and, like always, the band is prepared to spend all year supporting this
album on the road.
Make Do And Mend’s live show is the ace up their sleeve, they connect with
their audience in a way that most bands aspire too. Every word is screamed
back at them, every bass drum hit is felt in the heart, and it’s clear that there’s
nowhere else anyone would rather be. Make Do And Mend isn’t a band, they
are an experience, and “Don’t Be Long” promises not to disappoint.