The Garden

Album: A Moving Picture (2013)
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  • Devlin closes his second album A Moving Picture with this freestyle rapped track with no chorus. He told Digital Spy that "truth be told, I'd love to make a whole album of songs like that," then added, "I've never lost my roots, but you've got to play the game. You've got to have singles that are going to get daytime play but make sure you don't lose your sound and sell your soul. I think I've struck a good balance on this album. You've got to keep that sense of freedom."
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