After recording "Ladybug", a three song EP, fated for release on 7"vinyl this upcoming Spring 10', Elizabeth plans to release a second full-length album in 2010, details to be announced. Devlin invokes influences from scratchy phonographs, combining bitter sweet, haunting vocals with poignant lyrics and angelic, cacophonous melodies. Papa Devlin fancied himself a gypsy and traveled the coast peddling his one-man-band street performance; Momma was a writer, who tended many children and hand sewed puppets to sell on the DC streets. Pulling these things to her, Elizabeth's performance art began as lyrical, melodic, acapella poetry but soon blossomed into an electroacoustic sound when she began to play the Autoharp. Following Elizabeth's debut, self-released, full-length album, "All Are Relative" in Dec 08', she toured the US as back-up singer for Larkin Grimm in February of 09' before traveling to Quebec, to play several solo shows with fellow NYC musician Dan Costello & French-Canadian duo, Genevi
Some reviews of Elizabeth Devlin's Music: "Il pleut sur les cordes, les gouttes ajoutent leur sel aux harmoniques, il pleut sur la dame, celle assise sur un cygne, que d
Discography: "All Are Relative" (Debut Full-Length) December 2008 "All Are Relative", Elizabeth's debut full length album, offers up a delicious residual hum of dreams and fantastic things; the ear should eat this album in one sitting. Although the individual tracks run a gamut of genre associations, they were conceived as symbiotic pieces intertwined, parts of a dynamic storybook, an audible, cerebral landscape. "All Are Relative" was recorded and produced with friend and musician, Kyle Avallone, in small town Belmar, New Jersey, located three blocks from the ocean, in a hundred-year-old house with creaky steps, a leaky attic, and several orphaned inhabitants.