Devon Sproule Music

Devon Sproule

Devon Sproule is a Canadian/American musician living in rural Virginia, raised on eco-villages near Kingston, Ontario and Louisa, Virginia. The 34-year-old, in addition to being a musician, is a high school drop-out, a birder, doula, and a student of Deaf Culture and sign language. She has been married to producer Paul Curreri for 11 years. 'The Gold String' by Devon Sproule will be released on Tin Angel Records in spring 2017.

Devon Sproule’s “Gold String” is North American music with weirdo roots. Recorded in three different Canadian provinces — Yukon, Ontario, and Nova Scotia — the short, lush LP features backing from Toronto dream-poppers Bernice. The deep, sparse “Drawing Circles” is a song by Sproule’s Tin Angel labelmate Ed Askew. Two songs are co-written with Mike O’Neill (Inbreds) and mixed by Sandro Perri. Sproule’s husband Paul Curreri sings, plays, mixes, and produces.

"Sproule's lyrics glance off each other arrestingly, juxtaposing images" Financial Times

"Her quirky affectations bring to mind Bjork, and forays into the dark, Michelle Shocked" Village Voice

"Devon Sproule could charm the birds right out of the trees." Mojo

"Devon Sproule makes distinctive and uncompromising music that expresses her unique sensibility and vision." BBC

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