After a brief sojourn down the coast Devotion have returned home to the Pacific Northwest to resume work on the new album. Thanks to everyone involved in making the tour a success, we hope to see you again soon. In the meantime, our webstore, which has been out of commission for some time, is back online and has been updated with the last few remaining new shirts that were printed for the tour, as well as our traditional designs. To purchase music or merchandise please visit www.devotionstore.bigcartel.com
Sunday, January 6, 2013
After spending the fall immersed in the recording of their second album, Devotion will be taking a break from the studio to complete a ten day run of performances up and down the West Coast. The tour will see the band making stops in all three Pacific Coast states as well as a long overdue return trip North for a one off Canadian show in Vancouver, BC. These shows will be an opportunity for audiences to hear some of the material from the upcoming album for the first time, as well as some tried and true favorites from the debut record. The complete tour dates are as follows:
01.19 - BELLINGHAM, WA @ The Shakedown with Rookery, So Adult
01.20 - TACOMA, WA @ The Hiding Place with Hysterics, Exquisites, Shore, Negative Press
01.22 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA @ SubMission (Balazo) with Living Eyes, No Limbs, Troubled Coast, Shambles
01.23 - POMONA, CA @ TBA
01.24 - LOS ANGELES, CA @ TBA
01.25 - BERKELEY, CA @ 924 Gilman Street with Death Threat, Nails, Incendiary, Twitching Tongues, Lecherous Gaze
01.26 - EUGENE, OR @ TBA
01.27 - VANCOUVER, BC @ The Zoo Shop with Baptists
01.28 - SEATTLE, WA @ The Highline with Shore, Higgsfield
Stay tuned for updates.
Posted by KRAM at 6:59 PM
Friday, October 26, 2012
Friday, September 14, 2012
Sunday, August 5, 2012
We are pleased to announce that studio time has been booked to record the follow up to Bastard Son Of Affluence Blues. This time around the recording is to take place in Seattle, WA and will be engineered by Jackson Long. Sessions for the new album are scheduled to begin in September, with drums being tracked at The Columbia City Theatre, and the rest of the instrumentation to follow at Long's own HMS Studios.
Stay tuned for more updates as the project progresses.
Posted by KRAM at 6:15 PM