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Nothing Lost With Progession

As a Spill Camvas fan, I have learned to accept that they are an ever-evolving group of musicians. What started as a solo project for South Dakota native Nick Thomas, who performed under the moniker The Spill Canvas, has transformed into full-fledged musical machine. Expanding on their sophomore release, One Fell Swoop, we find the group bringing forth new ideas to the same old touch fans everywhere have came to love. The album starts with a remix of Staplegunned, which sounds entirely similar to the original. Next we are served a beautiful rendition of Fleetwood Mac's Guld Dust Woman. After that, two brand new incredible tracks are unleashed. One is a straight ahead rocker , To Live Without It, which finds Nick screaming at one point during the chorus. The other may, Appreciation and The Bomb, be the greatest TSC song I have ever heard. They played it live in Nashville back in August, however they played an upbeat version of it, the version I was expecting to hear. When it started out with a somber, slow strum of the guitar, I knew I was in for a treat. The album closes with a pretty good cover of Donovan's Catch The Wind, my only fault is that it's a little short. Buy this album. Do yourself a favor.


Not to sound like one of those pompous reviewers....but I literally have known this band forever...I went to school with them. Nick has been my favorite artist since he sang to my 8th grade class. With that said. This EP is not quality. It does not sound remotely like The Spill Canvas-like. I am all for new directions and branching out...but this is just bad. I give it a four because I am praying that the Album will be better.

how could u not

How could u not the tsc? Words cant even explain nicks musical ability it may not be as good as the first two albums but it is just an ep.if u cant execpt change then don't listen to new music because tsc is amazing and u will ove it if u give it a chance


Formed: 2002 in Sioux Falls, SD

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Like Bright Eyes and Five for Fighting, the Spill Canvas began as the pseudonym for a solo singer/songwriter before transitioning into a traditional band. Sioux Falls native Nick Thomas played in a variety of local punk bands in his early teens before transforming himself into a solo acoustic emo act along the lines of Dashboard Confessional. At the age of 19, he signed with the indie label One Eleven Records and recorded Sunsets and Car Crashes almost entirely on his own, save for a few guest musicians....
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Denial Feels So Good - EP, The Spill Canvas
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  • $4.95
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Adult Alternative, Indie Rock
  • Released: May 01, 2007

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