The Spill Canvas: Hivemind. July 27, 2018 by Shockwave Staff. For the first time in five years, The Spill Canvas is delivering brand new music. July 20th brought the release of their EP, Hivemind. Frontman and creator, Nick Thomas, promises that this is only the beginning of a new wave of music for the group. Mothership Hivemind gives a stark look at how the media can manipulate. The lyric you can blame it all on my new generation resonates. The song confronts several current issues with the physical state of our planet (wastefulness, pollution, solar flares et. Mothership Hivemind is another example of their mind expanding music. Bleed, Everyone’s Doing It off their album, No Really, I’m Fine, is a prime example. Mothership Hivemind shows the growth and maturation of the group. As always, Don’t get distracted by the puppet show of politicians.
The Spill Canvas initially began as a solo project for singer-songwriter and guitarist, Nick Thomas. The South Dakota native wrote, performed and produced his first widespread album, Sunsets & Car Crashes, released by 111 Records in 2004. After which, the act officially transitioned into a four-piece band, later recording their dynamic full-length debut, One Fell Swoop, in 2005 alongside producer, Ed Rose (The Get Up Kids). In 2006, The Spill Canvas signed to Sire Records, releasing their major label debut, No Really, I’m Fine, in 2007
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Redirected from The spill canvas). The Spill Canvas is an American alternative rock band from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The Spill Canvas started as a side project for lead singer, Nick Thomas, who at the time, was guitarist and backup vocalist for Metalcore outfit Nodes of Ranvier. As time passed, Thomas resigned from Nodes, and went full-time with The Spill Canvas.
The first collaborative album by the Spill Canvas, One Fell Swoop, was released in August 2005. One year later, the band signed with Sire Records and began recording new material, with newcomer Landon Heil replacing the departed McGuire on bass. The Denial Feels So Good EP arrived in early 2007, marking the band's first release for Sire, and the Spill Canvas spent that summer on the annual Warped Tour, where they drummed up some buzz for their upcoming third album.
The Spill Canvas initially began as a solo project for singer-songwriter and guitarist, Nick Thomas irst widespread album, Sunsets & Car Crashes, released by 111 Records in 2004. In 2006, The Spill Canvas signed to Sire Records, releasing their major label debut, No Really, I'm Fine, in 2007.
Discography: The Spill Canvas. Hivemind (Maxi-Single) (2018). Abnormalities (2010).