Emerging alt-rock band Marquee Grand released the single “Maybe” from their upcoming debut EP (due in January 2020) today on all major platforms. “Maybe” is a tantalizing taste of their high energy, infectious music that has led them to perform in conjunction with major bands like The 1975, Dashboard Confessional, and Blink-182. The single is inspired by the band’s current journey through the music industry, as they rally around the support system they have in order to face the roller coaster of ups and downs that come with making a career in music. Their previous release “Not Finished Yet” resonated with fans and reached over 26,900 streams on Spotify. “Maybe” is an even stronger representation of the band’s cohesive musicality and burgeoning talent.
Since the release of their debut single in 2018, Marquee Grand has brought a refreshingly modern style to Buffalo’s music scene. Comprised of members John Richter, TJ Luckman, Matt Lawniczak, and Josh Owczarzak, these Buffalo natives stand out above the rest with alt rock influences spanning the past few decades. High energy performances make their live shows memorable as they radiate infectious melodies, unforgettable lyrics, and an anthemic attitude throughout each of their original tracks. Their portfolio is comprised of carefully-crafted singles leading up to their highly-anticipated debut EP in early 2020. Their message is simple: Be Grand.