Melodic Canvas Leaves Us in a Haze With, "Invasive Species"

Emerging from the deep woods of Northern Michigan, the alternative/shoegaze artist and singer-songwriter Melodic Canvas releases a hazy and wavy single entitled "Invasive Species."

An experimentalist at heart, Melodic Canvas (Evan Alderton) prides himself on his artistic versatility that blurs the lines between alternative rock, shoegaze, and hints of folk. Listeners should expect heavy reverb, natural room acoustics, and incredibly atmospheric soundscapes that haunt their audience from beginning to end.

Pouring a hazy sonic landscape over our ears with his latest haunting single, "Invasive Species," Melodic Canvas melts our speakers with his lush guitar melodies and grunge undertones that remind us of an early Nirvana. Not to mention his instrumental dexterity, Melodic Canvas truly leaves us wowed and in wonder with this hit.

Listening to "Invasive Species," the track begins with a soothing acoustic guitar alongside a hazy synth and lush electric guitar strums. As Melodic Canvas' low-toned and hazy vocals make their appearance, he instantly leaves us in a daydream with his hauntingly reverbed vocals and incredible vocal layering that sets the song's reflective and grungy tone.

As we make our way to the hook, Melodic Canvas continues to chant that he doesn't mind how someone takes their time to invade his personal space. We adore the song's dreamy and chilling feel, as it leaves us basking in the artistic glory that Melodic Canvas has to offer. As the haunting single makes its way to the outro, Melodic Canvas closes the track with nothing but introspection and deepened emotion.

Feel your heart skip a beat with help from Melodic Canvas' latest darkly-lit single, "Invasive Species," now available on all digital streaming platforms.