Keeping Score on CANVAS: Their new single reviewed

29 Apr

CANVAS. From left to right: Rachael Kennedy, Andrew Thomas, Loryn Taggart, Chris Graham, Mike Wood.

Better add another electronic/indie rock band to the list of upcoming great Canadian musicians! CANVAS is a new Toronto band formed by award-winning producer-songwriter and lead singer Chris Graham. This group of talented individuals has successfully come together to form a band that is quickly making an impact on the Toronto music scene.

Their new, hit single “Keeping Score” is catchy as hell, and is sure to be stuck in your head after just one listen! The keys are an obvious and catchy component in the song with an electronic-type sound supported by a great indie-pop chorus. It’s playful and fun with blends of futuristic hooky melodies. It is certainly a song that reminds me of summer.


The album has been written, produced, recorded, mixed and performed by Graham, though it’s the talent brought from the other members which make this band complete. The band is composed of Juno-nominated Loryn Taggart on keys, Rachael Kennedy on guitar, Andrew Thomas on bass, and Mike Wood on drums. With direction from Graham, CANVAS has worked together to create some pretty kickass songs, along with a great onstage presence.

CANVAS is expected to play at Canadian Music Week in Toronto on Thursday, May 8th at 9pm, at the Czehoski Bar. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for this group. You may just hear them on the radio soon!


Check out CANVAS!

Official Website.






Author: Julia Loglisci



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