Making April was an American piano-based alternative rock band formed in Verplanck, New York, in 2005. The band consisted of vocalist and pianist Sean Scanlon, bassist Gregory Federspiel and guitarist and backing vocalist Steven McCaffrey.
Making April’s first songs were released on a demo titled My First Demo!, in 2005. The band self-released their first EP in 2006, an eight track recording named Runaway World. The EP was released later in 2006 as a full album in Japan, through Radtone Music. In 2008, they signed to Universal Republic in the USA. The label released a re-recorded version of "These Are the Nights". Making April has previously featured as the #1 Top Unsigned Artist on Myspace. They have sold over 100,000 tracks on iTunes worldwide.
In September 2009, Scanlon, the lead vocalist, announced that the band would be going on hiatus.
In June 2010 Making April released Lost Sessions, a collection of unreleased material from their album The Egg Hunt.
The band broke up in 2010, with the band members seeking out new opportunities. They played their last show together in August 2010 in Salt Lake City.
Greg Federspiel is now A&R at Warner Bros. Records and manager of the band The Downtown Fiction.