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Devinne Meyers | Silver Line

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Silver Line

by Devinne Meyers

Electric arrangements meet folk melodies like iguanas meet possums. Perfect for coffee shops and listening rooms looking for a bite. Sour apples make the best apple pie, and iguanas and possums alike prefer good pie over bad pie. Made for all species.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Skeletons
3:06 album only
2. Thoughts in My Head
3:39 album only
3. Pack Your Bags
3:41 album only
4. April, Where'd You Go?
3:23 album only
5. Before You Leave
2:43 album only
6. Jennifer's Waltz
3:48 album only
7. Questions
2:49 album only
8. When I Heard About Timmy
4:14 album only
9. Paint the Signs
3:31 album only
10. The Day Is New
3:58 album only
11. Severance
4:39 album only
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Album Notes
Old cell phone recordings, broken down cars, and unhurried mornings. From the hills of Binghamton NY, comes a sound rooted in passion and honesty, deepened by a soulful voice and emotionally direct lyrical imagery. Self-proclaimed "rock-infused coffee shop," Devinne brings a bite to the serene, taking her fruitful experiences and dipping them in dark chocolate

Her upcoming album "Silver Line" sets itself apart from what you'd typically expect from Devinne as her songs become fleshed out with a full band and the musical production, performance and stylings of Joe Alston (Two Birds Records, the band Milkweed), Michael Wu (Gunpoets, Triple Down, Randy McStine Trio), Cooper Casterline (Randy McStine Trio), Tom Westcott (Ultravibe, Laughing Buddha Episodes), and Mike Davis (Laughing Buddha Episodes). The album sheds light on stereotypical, stigmatic, and human topics that tend to be swept under the rug or go unnoticed by the status quo.



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