|The Seventh Season|
Devin Sinha — The Seventh Season
■ Devin is a singer~songwriter living in Seattle, hailing from Midwestern roots as he spent most of his life around Kansas City. His style is primarily acoustic indie/folk, mixing autobiographical flavors into his fiction of poetry and music. Songs tend toward narrative verse, with lyrics and feeling taking front row center, often complemented by guitar, keyboard, and bass.
■ #7 at NorthWest Music Scene Reader’s Poll — Top 10 Pacific Northwest Albums of 2014.
■ “The Seventh Season takes us on a powerful journey through life’s more solemn moments, but has a key ingredient in its special sauce: hope and optimism.”” — Adobe and TeardropsLocation: Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Album release: October 21, 2014
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01. Ripcord 2:45
02. Lone Elm Road 3:16
03. Winter Child 4:00
04. Orion 2:49
05. The Sigh Of The Sea 4:46
06. Rain Song 3:28
07. Wanderers 3:17
08. Whippoorwill Winter 3:04
09. The Wolves 3:09
10. Out Of Love 3:58
11. Home 6:35
■ ℗ 2014 Devin Sinha
■ Track Out Of Love written by Ariel Sinha. All other by Devin Sinha.
■ Devin Sinha is a singer~songwriter living in Seattle, hailing from Midwestern roots as he spent most of his life around Kansas City. His style is primarily acoustic indie/folk, mixing autobiographical flavors into his fiction of poetry and music. His first album, The Albatross, was self~released in December 2013. Devin continues to play around the Pacific Northwest, playing at events such as the Seattle Rock n Roll Marathon and the inaugural Seattle Acoustic Festival. His new album, The Seventh Season, is available now.
■ Music like your life depends on it. Every damn day.
■ I’m going to try to double up on posts for the rest of the year (two a day!) because I have a lot of amazing music to tell you about, but not enough 2014 to tell you about it in. The first stepping stone in this marathon is Devin Sinha’s quietly majestic The Seventh Season.
■ The album’s lead~off track, “Ripcord,” has a light, poppy feel to it. But make more mistake — it’s not fluff and neither is the rest of the album. “Ripcord” is, in fact, a gentle introduction to a mature, introspective album. While it’s much, much gentler than most of the stuff featured here, The Seventh Season takes us on a powerful journey through life’s more solemn moments, but has a key ingredient in its special sauce: hope and optimism. As the weather gets more miserable, keep The Seventh Season handy to remind you that the bad times don’t just pass eventually, they often get better.
|The Seventh Season|