11 Songs, 47 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
13 Ratings
13 Ratings

new sound is 10/10

Love this new sound, every song is good! any of these could be the next single…also don’t forget to get "Only Thing”, that should’ve made the album too. I Wanna Be Your God, Night Drive, Why Can't I Be With You? are all top songs.

Stan Richmond

This is it.

Real music, coming from a real place. A natural progression of the sounds of Early 80s Post-Punk.


Huge fan

Been a fan of these guys for years. So glad they were able to find new light and continue to make music. Love this album and look forward to seeing them on tour soon!!

About No Devotion

Looking to distance themselves completely from the controversy and subsequent incarceration of the singer of their former band Lostprophets, the remaining members decided to go in a different direction altogether, abandoning the former sound and moniker to return as No Devotion in 2014. Teaming up with former Thursday vocalist Geoff Rickly, guitarists Lee Gaze and Mike Lewis, bassist Stuart Richardson, keyboard/synth player Jamie Oliver, and drummer Luke Johnson set out to explore a more ambient, post-punk-influenced sound. Drawing upon influences like Joy Division and the Cure, the band seemingly picked up where Thursday left off, exploring darker atmospheres with jangly, moody rock. No Devotion's first single, titled "Stay," arrived in 2014, followed in 2015 by their debut studio long-player, Permanence. ~ Gregory Heaney




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