"For Valerie” by Elizabeth Devlin
BTR Hear & There | ep126 | Jan 16, 2017
Ahead of the release of her new album, Brooklyn songwriter/autoharp enthusiast/artist Elizabeth Devlin returns for her third episode of BTR Hear + There. Joined by cellist-about-town Emily Hope Price (who you may recognize from the recently-departed band Pearl and the Beard), Devlin set up shop at the Cypress Hills Taxidermy Studio in Queens among the deer, bear, and a whole jungle worth of animals for a very intimate performance of one of her new songs.

Orchid Mantis by Elizabeth Devlin will be released February 8, 2017.

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Elizabeth Devlin: Bandcamp // Facebook // Twitter

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