Devan Transcends Self-Inflicted Barriers In New Single “Night Drives”

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Toronto-born, London-raised artist Devan gets candid about her own insecurities in her new single “Night Drives.” It’s an intimate, slow-burning jam where Devan takes us into her realization that our own barriers and self-perceptions can be defied and controlled by us. Basically, it’s Devan claiming her crown over her darkest emotions, but at the same time accepting that it’s a constant Game-of-Thrones battle that will go on for a lifetime. Hit play:

The track is from her upcoming debut EP Pink Noise, which will be out on February 26th. On her upcoming record, Devan shared:

Pink Noise is about insecurity, but it’s also about being able to breathe out and feel a sense of relief towards my revelation that my reality is formed by my own perceptions. Writing songs for me is a way to uncover my underlying feelings about something –putting elusive emotions into tangible sentences, and coming to terms with them. My only guideline for writing these songs was to try to be as honest with myself as possible, and follow my instincts without all the self-inflicted barriers that I usually let get in the way.”