Devansh – Mother’s House

Devansh's latest is out and filled with soul!

Devansh is a versatile artist based in London, with roots in Brooklyn and Singapore. He is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and vocalist who creates contemporary groove music by fusing various genres such as psychedelic soul, future funk, indie pop, and world music. Having co-produced and played trumpet for numerous bands, Devansh is set to release his first solo music in 2022. He is collaborating with top-notch musicians from the London scene, including Jordan Rakei, Rudi Creswick (bass player for Tom Misch), and Ellis Dupuy (drummer for Puma Blue), as well as longtime co-collaborators like Tumaca, Maebh, and Dylan Greene. His unique sound is a blend of his international background and his New York City jazz influence.

Mother’s House” is the latest single from the debut album “To Feel Free“, set to release on May 19th. It is a slow-burning indie soul track that tells a psychedelic love story of revisiting an unfulfilled, passionate young love. The song begins with intimate vocals and spacey production reminiscent of early Nick Hakim, transiting into an eclectic outro that features a sitar, wailing saxophone, and bass with phasers, inspired by the sounds of Tame Impala and Jai Paul.

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