Set To Play Leon Tonight: ‘Featured Artist,’ The Devil Whale, “If This House Fails”

March 22nd, 2012  |  by Nels Thoreson   |  Published in Songs of the Day

Photo by Melissa Madison Fuller

Today’s “Featured Artist and Song of the Day” showcases Salt Lake City, Utah’s own, The Devil Whale, with  their song, “If This House Fails,” off their debut album, Like Paraders.  They have since released the EP, Young Wives, in June of 2010, and the full-length album,  Teeth, in May of 2011.  Songs from those albums will be featured in future articles of The Troubadour’s Road.

The band is led by Brinton Jones and long-time buddies Jake Fish (bass) and Cameron Runyan (drums), with Jamie Timm (lead guitar), and Wren Kennedy (keyboards).

The guys will be making a special appearance tonight at one of the best new music venues in Denver, Leon, along with the talented, Ayo Awosika, David Williams, and other special guests.  Leon is located at 1112 E. 17th Avenue, Denver, CO 80218.  The doors will open at 7 PM, the show will start at 8 PM, and only a $5-$10 donation is suggested.  It is set to be a must-see show.

These words find their place in the song, “If This House Fails,”

“And if this house fails should we just rebuild
By the shade tree on the hill where we can see
The grass is greener there
And there’s cleaner air
And there’s no trace of our careless history

I’m a crash and a burn away from being in love
I’m midnight kiss away from being someone

Your mother needs you now ’cause your father tuned her out

Everyone you love doesn’t try enough
If you want me now come and get me now
And if you don’t, quit pretending that you do

The flies on the wall want a curtain call
For the stories that they broke and the hearts too…”

For updates, tour dates, and other news click on their website, you can buy their music here, and can follow them on their Facebook Page.  Until the next show, or until the next time you’ll be able to listen to them, here is The Devil Whale, with their song, “If This House Fails,” (video by Ryan Hall), enjoy,

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