Devon Cole is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Toronto, Canada. Not too long ago, she released a charming indie-pop tune, entitled, “Alive,” produced by Goldchain.
Devon Cole – “Alive” single
“For the longest time, I planted my flowers in gasoline. This world made a cynic out of me. Must’ve lost my mind from all those nights watching bad TV. But then you pulled up on the scene. You should see you in this light. I think I must’ve loved you in a past life. Baby, let’s see what comes of a night drive because you make me feel alive.” – lyrics
‘Alive’ tells an adorable tale about a young woman who is head-over-heels in love with her significant other. Apparently, she’s willing to ditch her obligations and cancels her reservations just to be in this individual’s divine presence. Later, she admits that her companion does every right including making her feel alive.
‘Alive’ contains a relationship-based narrative, ear-welcoming vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Taylor Swift, Kacey Musgraves, Maggie Rogers, and Lennon Stella. The likable tune possesses sunny instrumentation flavored with a flowery indie-pop aroma. Furthermore, “Alive” follows hot on the heels of Devon Cole’s debut single, entitled, “July for the Whole Year,” which has been streamed over 230k times across various platforms.
“I think I must’ve loved you in a past life.”
“‘Alive’ is a groovy little bop about meeting somebody and coming alive. The lyrics for this song came from a place of me feeling super confident, happy, and SEXY. When I was writing ‘Alive,’ I felt like I was emerging from my cocoon into an artist who is self-assured and empowered. I hope that comes through. Some very specific moods that ‘Alive’ conjures up butterflies after the first date, dancing around in your underwear on a Saturday, and first night on the town post-COVID.” – Devon Cole explained
Devon Cole describes her sound as Taylor-Swift-like, with a hint of space cowgirl and a dash of bedroom pop.
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