Independent singer-songwriter Mitchel Evan is giving audiences a new preview of his forthcoming album.
“‘Cancel Out The Noise’ is the 3rd single from my self-titled record, Mitchel Evan,” said Evan. “It came to me when I was falling for someone new. I was living in Colorado at the time, but I actually started writing the song in Richmond while I was home for a week visiting my family. This song actually first appeared on my 2018 EP, The Little Horse Tapes. I had only been single for a short while after coming out of a long-term relationship and I was hesitant to enter another. The song is about being pulled into love with your heels dug into the dirt. This studio version of ‘Cancel Out The Noise’ was recorded mostly live with minimal overdubs at Go West Studio in Richmond, Virginia. It features Tyler Meacham on backing vocals, who is a friend and fellow RVA based artist as well.”‘
The musical arrangement featured in Evan’s single presents a clear 90s pop rock sensibility in its guitar-driven approach. It will appeal to fans of bands, such as Gin Blossoms, Toad The Wet Sprocket, and to a lesser degree, Matchbox 20. As Evan noted in his statement, the song’s lyrical theme focuses on the all too familiar topic of romantic relationships.
The lyric video for ‘Cancel Out The Noise’ is a simple presentation. It presents the song’s lyrics over various pictures and footage of Evan at work on various projects.
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