Melissa Marchese is a singer-songwriter based in Hamilton, Canada. Not too long ago, she released a lovely indie-soul single, titled, “Sirens.”
Melissa Marchese – “Sirens” single
“I’ve been walking, thinking about life. No matter who you are, pain can cut like a knife. I know we’re not living through a war. I’m sad as hell, don’t know what it’s for. Do you know what it’s for? And every time I fall, I wonder, is there a reason at all? Does anyone hear me cry? Are we all together just waiting to die?” – lyrics
‘Sirens’ reflects on climate change and how deprioritized this existential threat is. Melissa Marchese expresses the human experience that we all share and the importance of our only home. She stated with concern, “The wrath we are already beginning to experience from humans’ destruction of the planet does not discriminate, and we should wake up and do something while we still can.”
The horn-soaked Motown-inspired tune possesses a relatable narrative that will resonate well with listeners who desire to make the world a better place. With great care and passion, Melissa sings, “The world’s coming down, and if anyone knows how to make it better, call me now.” Furthermore, “Sirens” is featured on Melissa’s debut project, entitled, “Mad Love.”
Melissa Marchese – “Mad Love” project
“It means everything to think that I can help someone remember that they’re not alone and that we’re all going through something.” – Melissa Marchese stated
‘Mad Love’ runs the gamut from Country to anthemic bluesy-rock. The project is an exercise in bringing peace to listeners’ hearts, reflecting Melissa’s ethos that love unequivocally always wins. The project marks a seemingly never-ending journey to what is equal parts conclusion and introduction as fans and future believers begin to soak in the fruits of Melissa Marchese’s labor.
She spent her entire upbringing cultivating her passion for performance and making alliances with musicians across Niagara Falls. She would sneak her way into bars at the age of sixteen to soak in the influence of her contemporaries, who would introduce her to artists like Janis Joplin, Alanis, Celine, and any female artist with a hit on the radio. Eventually, Melissa got invited on stage, where she proved she deserved a place in the spotlight.
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