Devon Cole - “Call U After Rehab” press photo

Devon Cole releases a visually appealing music video for her sensational new single, entitled, “Call U After Rehab”

Devon Cole is an emerging Juno Award-nominated singer-songwriter from Toronto, Canada. Not too long ago, she released a visually appealing music video for her sensational new single, titled, “Call U After Rehab,” via Arista Records.

Devon Cole – “Call U After Rehab” single

“You think it’s funny when I’m angry, I pick a fight and you don’t mind. You kiss my nose and call me, baby, I wish we met another time. ‘Cause I think this could be love but I’m working through some stuff. I got problems and the old me would have let you try to solve them. But that isn’t fair to you, and yes, I want ya. But I gotta get me back, can I call you after rehab?” – lyrics

‘Call U After Rehab’ tells an honest tale about a young woman who realizes she needs to learn how to be human again. Apparently, she shares a challenging relationship with someone who loves her dearly. But, she doesn’t want her companion to help her find the solution to her problems. With a heavy heart, she tells her partner, “I want to run to you for cover, to get some peace from my own mind. And I wanna live in your apartment and let you be my alibi. But I can’t go down that road, gotta learn to be alone.”

‘Call U After Rehab’ exemplifies Devon’s softer side. The emotional tune possesses rhythmic drum-laden instrumentation flavored with an island-inspired pop vibration that will resonate well with listeners who are currently searching to find themselves. Furthermore, “Call U After Rehab” is a positive, self-empowering solution to mental health.

“Your love, it feels like resolution, spoon full of sugar from my heart.”

Devon Cole press photo

“‘Call U After Rehab’ is my most vulnerable release yet. It’s a love song about pausing a relationship in order to take care of myself. I was putting off my issues for a while and finding any way to justify my bad habits. Deciding to say goodbye to my closest comforts, to give myself the space and time to heal, felt like ripping off a Band-Aid that had been there for ages. And this release kind of feels the same, in some ways. I hope people can relate by interpreting the rehab idea however they want to.” – Devon Cole explained

Catchily packaging social truths in repeat-worthy pop bops, 24-year-old Devon Cole has quietly emerged as an enigmatic and engaging force to be reckoned with over the past year. Her buzzing smash “W.I.T.C.H.” (Woman in Total Control of Herself) has eclipsed 39 million streams and counting. Following this success, she maintained her momentum with the endlessly catchy sex-positive anthem, “Hey Cowboy.”

Since signing with Arista Records in 2022, Devon has reached the cliff of a major breakthrough. She’s already amassed millions of streams across her repertoire and received critical acclaim from tastemakers and notable media outlets. Recently, she nabbed a 2023 Juno Award nomination for Breakthrough Artist of the Year.

Devon Cole – “Call U After Rehab” single

Devon Cole - “Call U After Rehab” cover art

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