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Kevin Devine Shares New Track I Wrote It Down For You From Split With John K. Samson

Wednesday, 28 November 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Kevin Devine has released a new track.

I Wrote It Down For You is his contribution to the latest edition of his Devinyl Splits Series, backing John K. Samson’s cover of Christine Fellows’ Saturday Night On Utopia Parkway. The 7” is out on November 30.

The song is the sort of gentle acoustic moment that Devine has become particularly good at conjuring in recent years, and revolves around a gorgeous central melody. Stream it below.

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Wed January 16 2019 - LONDON Camden Assembly

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