Hailing from Minnesota, The Devon Worley Band released their second full-length album, The Sunrise Resistance earlier this year. The album, produced by Grammy-nominated producer, Matt McClure (Lee Brice, Kelly Pickler) contains twelve songs that were written and performed entirely by frontwoman Worley and her band.
Worley who describes the band's signature sound as, “If Led Zeppelin and Willie Nelson had a baby and that baby’s best friend was Eric Church." brings a rock and roll attitude to the album's lead track "Wrecked and Mended", as well as "Hook" and the raucous "Banshee," but also isn't afraid to show a tender side. Standout track "Don't Look Down" offers a gentle a mandolin coupled with a shuffling country melody that allows Worley's powerful vocals to shine - exuding a warmth and wisdom well beyond her eighteen years. Check out the track here and then give the entire album a listen.
"I used to live a life I can't find anymore, anymore
I put in all my chips and now I've got so much more than I gambled for
And there's nothing more surprising than getting kicked out of your seat and having all the clouds swept out from underneath your feet"
For more information please visit www.devonworley.com