L Devine has a brand new track, ‘Peachy Keen’

It's packing a very familiar synth line, too.

L Devine has dropped a brand new track, and it’s packing a very familiar synth line.

Titled ‘Peachy Keen’, the new cut leads off the hook from 80s megahit ‘Bette Davis Eyes’, but bends it into something all together different.

“I loved the idea of combining this huge ‘80s synth line with a heavy trap beat and writing lyrics about the most angsty millennial relationship I could think of,” L Devine explains. “‘Peachy Keen’ is about two people who have so many of their own problems and no real way of coping with them but find comfort in the fact that at least they’re both messed up together”.

The new thing rack comes as L Devine confirms a UK tour for next May, including her biggest London show so far at Heaven.

You can check out ‘Peachy Keen’ and those new dates below.

2 Newcastle, Riverside
6 Manchester, Deaf Institute
7 Birmingham, O2 Institute 3
9 Bristol, Thekla
11 Brighton, Chalk
12 London, Heaven

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