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Devilish Dear


  1. 1.
    Face Without Eyes
  2. 2.
    These Sunny Days
  3. 3.
    3 Am
  4. 4.
    Time to Live a Little
  5. 5.
    Pointless Status
Braulio Almeida started writing songs in the 1990's, still on his fresh 16 years old. "Being a musician does not pays your bills" is what all parents say, so he became a video designer, works with animation and soundtrack for videogames.
Skills to pay the bills gave him some extra time to put together his personal ideas, first at Montecarlo Jive. Shelly Modesto (vocals) and bassist Rômulo Collopy were together since MJ beginning but somehow it got stuck. "One day, after months with Montecarlo Jive's songs partially recorded, I included few guitars, more effects and we decided that that was Devilish Dear". Band's name comes from the song “Mercury” by Processory.
Self released in October 2015, “These Sunny Days” features 8 songs and a bônus. In January 2017, the album was re-released via Brazilian label midsummer madness to critical acclaim.
“Their music can hinge on the subgenre’s classic textures, like on the title track and ‘Face Without Eyes’, but it can also tear those ideas into shreds with aggressive vocals (‘3am’) and assertive synths (‘I Wanna Do It’).”
FACT Magazine, 20 Best Bandcamp Releases of 2017
“The album will challenge some listeners, it ain’t background music. Devilish Dear drag the conventions of the genre straight off a cliff. It’s damn weird! But wow, don’t overlook it.”
Sounds Better With Reverb
"Well, because this is shoegaze you can dance to. (...) It’s kind of like if a Madchester band had been led by Kevin Shields".


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