Devil (Stereophonics song)

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Single by Stereophonics
from the album Language. Sex. Violence. Other?
B-side"Brother", "Dakota", "Dapper Dan"
Released19 September 2005
FormatCD, 7", Download
LabelV2 Records
Songwriter(s)Kelly Jones
Producer(s)Kelly Jones, Jim Lowe
Stereophonics singles chronology
Music video
"Devil" on YouTube

"Devil" is the third single from the Stereophonics album Language. Sex. Violence. Other?.

The song is the 4th track on the album. "Brother" fades into this song. The music video for this song shows Kelly Jones in an apartment, tied to a chair. A woman arrives and appears to be the kidnapper. Soon after, he is taken outside and forced into the trunk of a car that she drives to an unknown place. There are shots of the band performing this song occasionally. At the end of the video, the title card "To Be Continued..." appears. The single peaked at #11 on the UK Singles Chart and #3 on the UK Download Chart.

On the Live from Dakota album, prior to playing Devil, Kelly Jones states the song is "inspired by the movies of Charles Bukowski"

It was played during the first episode of the third season of Rescue Me.

Track listing[edit]


  1. "Devil"
  2. "Dapper Dan" (Live From Tower Bridge Rehearsals)


  1. "Devil"
  2. "Dakota" - Live From New York
  3. "Brother" - Live From New York
  4. "Devil" - CD-Rom Video


  1. "Devil"

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