This 25-year old Brooklynite played some 300 shows supporting everyone from Bright Eyes to Nellie McKay to Bob Mould and Cassandra Wilson. His flair for grafting deft wordplay to clever melodies earned him acclaim for his debut, "Make The Clocks Move". This release was inspired by the past presidential election and losing his father to a stroke. "Everyday epiphanies you wish you'd thought to write down on your morning commute to work...with songs this good, Devine won't be joining us working stiffs anytime soon"--Rolling Stone.
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Ryan from Shelby Twp, MI
May 13 2005
I don't think anything negative can be said about Kevin Devine. This record is his best yet. Intelligently written, with lots of variation to keep your attention on the record. If you're into Bright Eyes, you'll realise how much they suck after listening to how much better Kevin really is. This is the kind of shit that comes straight from the heart. You can tell everything he writes is legit. Hands down, this is gonna be one of the best records of 2005.