Devour (album)

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Devour
Dave Hause - Devour.jpg
Studio album by Dave Hause
Released October 8, 2013
Recorded February-March 2013
Genre Rock, alternative rock, heartland rock, Americana
Label Rise Records
Producer Andrew Alekel, Mitchell Townsend
Dave Hause chronology
Resolutions
(2011)Resolutions2011
Devour
(2013)

Devour is the second solo album from Dave Hause of The Loved Ones. It was released on October 8, 2013 by Rise Records.

The album was recorded at Grandmaster Recorders from mid-February to mid-March of 2013. Musicians include bassist Bob Thomson of Big Drill Car, drummer David Hidalgo Jr. of Social Distortion and keyboardist Bo Koster of My Morning Jacket. The album also features appearances by Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit, Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio and The Watson Twins.[1]

The first song premiered from the album was "We Could Be Kings", which was released for streaming at RollingStone.com on July 12, 2013.[2] The second song available for streaming was "The Shine", which was released on August 26, 2013.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Damascus"
  2. "The Great Depression"
  3. "We Could Be Kings"
  4. "Autism Vaccine Blues"
  5. "Same Disease"
  6. "Before"
  7. "Father's Son"
  8. "Stockholm Syndrome"
  9. "Becoming Secular"
  10. "The Shine"
  11. "Bricks"
  12. "Benediction"

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