Devinyl Splits No. 1: Matthew Caws x Kevin Devine was released on February 24, 2015, with the remaining five splits released every other month in April, June, August, October, and December. Instigator (2016–present). 2018: No 7. Craig Finn x Kevin Devine. 2018: No 8. David Bazan x Kevin Devine. 2018: Unplanned Service Changes Worriers x Kevin Devine.
Devinyl Splits No. 7 Tracklist. 1. Galveston by Craig Finn (Ft. Kevin Devine & The Uptown Controllers) Lyrics. 2. Kuala Lumpur Lyrics. About Devinyl Splits No. 7. Devinyl Splits No. 7 Q&A. Primary Artists Craig Finn & Kevin Devine.
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Kevin Devine’s 7-inch series returns March 30 with Devinyl Splits No. 7, featuring Craig Finn & the Uptown Controllers on side A, backed with Kuala Lumpur, Devine’s first new song since the release of his 2016 LP, Instigator, on side B. Craig Finn & The Uptown Controllers contribute Galveston, a song in which the weaving, narrative writing style that has defined Finn’s career to date is on full display.
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Free download and listen Devinyl Splits No. . Kevin Devine - Kuala Lumpur 03:16. Live at St Pancras Old Church - Kevin Devine. Liz Carroll - Kevin Devine. Split the Country, Split the Street - Kevin Devine. We All Want The Same Things - Craig Finn. Release year: 2018. Songs: 2. Artists: Craig Finn. Craig Finn & The Uptown Controllers. Songs: Craig Finn, Craig Finn & The Uptown Controllers - Galveston 03:25.
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Galveston immediately pulls you into the world Finn has become an expert at crafting through his narrative songwriting. It has all the markings of classic Finnean storytelling-a mention of a waitress to kick it off, some casual namedropping of American cities like Corpus Christi and Texas City, and themes of faith, Jesus, and the devil. It's a great addition to the Devinyl Splits, which has featured everyone from Tigers Jaw to Nada Surf’s Matthew Caws. Check out the song below.