Exclusive Guest Playlist // Kevin Devine
Ahead of his forthcoming UK tour supporting his latest album, Between the Concrete & Clouds, Kevin Devine has put together a killer Spotify playlist to soundtrack your evening.
Before we get to the playlist, make sure you catch him at the following dates this month:
- 21.02 - Kingston The Cricketers
- 23.02 - Manchester Night & Day
- 24.02 - Southampton Joiners
- 25.02 - Bristol Thekla
- 26.02 - Oxford Jericho Tavern
- 27.02 - London Borderline
- 28.02 - Leeds Brudenell Social Club
- 29.02 - Glasgow King Tuts
Our friends over at DIY are putting on a special Kevin Devine acoustic show show between the Kingston and Manchester dates, so make sure you enter their competition to win tickets here.
The common theme stringing these songs together is that they're honest. Not "authentic" or "truthful," both of which are subjective and kind of arbitrary terms, informed by preference and taste and context and personal experience. Honest means something else, something felt, something pure in expression and execution. These songs span genres and generations, but they are all bereft of bullshit. They're all honest, and real recognizes real. Enjoy.
You can listen to the playlist by clicking here.
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