This event is gonna be re-schedule for early/mid October
“I’m imagining a golden string that is connecting everything but especially beings where love has been. I’ve imagined it again and again so often, it isn’t even imagining, it is making it happen.”
Devon Sproule is a Canadian/American musician living in rural Virginia, raised on eco-villages near Kingston, Ontario and Louisa, Virginia. The 33-year-old, in addition to being a musician, is a high school drop-out, a mother, a birder, and a student of Deaf Culture and sign language. She has been married to producer Paul Curreri for 10 years.
Devon Sproule’s music welcomes the magical and the tangible. It celebrates human complication in the language of nature. It is North American music with weirdo roots.
Since 2007, Sproule’s recordings have been released by Tin Angel Records, based in Coventry, England. She collaborates regularly with Toronto-based band Bernice and producer Sandro Perri. In Summer 2015, she recorded songs from a new collection, “The Gold String,” in Yukon and Nova Scotia. Besides Canada and America, Sproule also tours regularly in Europe and has traveled with her music to Africa and Australia.
Devon returns to the UK this April as she tours her upcoming album Pink Noise.
“Sproule’s lyrics glance off each other arrestingly, juxtaposing images.” Financial Times
“here in her mellifluous vocals and poetic, freewheeling lyrics that, in the way of Bjork and Joanna Newsom, are more blank verse than rhyming schemes” Observer
“dreamy songs of rural domestic bliss” The Guardian