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New York, NY 10005
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Los Angeles, CA 90034
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Jim Merlis


Devarrow released his critically applauded, self-titled sophomore album, late in 2019 via Paper Bag Records. It featured ruminations on information overload, the absurdity of modern wage labour, fears, loneliness and aging all infused within his concise yet scratchy fusion of folk, rock, and psychedelia performed in a stripped-down style, that can in equal measure; make you want to make a cup of tea and think about your life, and get up and dance in your living room.

Following his sophomore LP release in 2019 Devarrow toured across Canada, Germany and Austria. Dates included the Reeperbahn festival and several Canadian support dates with The Dead South. As we entered our Covid-impacted spring, Devarrow like so many others had to cancel multiple tour dates with a planned April cross Canada tour as well as his March dates at the New Colossus festival in New York City and SXSW in Austin, TX.

He has created a perfect mix of offbeat and brilliantly conceptualized as well as beautifully thoughtful videos for the singles he’s already released to date: the folk-infused, keepsake single, “Heart Attack,” his self-directed and produced video, shot on an iPhone for his second single,“Home,” and “Crashed Cars” an ironic video that playfully examines the conflict between the deep dependency we can create for our modern devices in our lives vs our need to simply get out of the tech vortex, and back to nature. See if you can spot the of ‘VR’ guy from “Crashed Cars”cameo in his newest video “Change”

Stay tuned for more from Devarrow to follow soon.

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