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article imageInterview: Janet Devlin talks new song 'Lost' and future plans Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 11, 2016 in Music
Singer-songwriter Janet Devlin chatted with Digital Journal about her newest single "Lost" with Gareth Emery, as well as her "My Opium" tour.
In Emery's latest studio album, 100 Reasons to Live, Devlin is featured on the track "Lost," which the acclaimed DJ dubbed as his personal favorite song the collection. "Gareth's sister was managing Wayward Daughter, who is also on the album, and they supported me on my first headlining UK tour. I think she played the song 'Things We Lost in the Fire' to Gareth, and he really liked it so he got in tough," she said.
"Lost" garnered a glowing review from Digital Journal, praising both Emery and Devlin for their immense talents.
They also recorded a raw, acoustic version of "Lost," which may be seen on Emery's YouTube channel below. "Gareth is super-talented. I've never seen him play piano before, and he was absolutely amazing," she said.
The precious songstress will be out on the road touring this November as part of her "My Opium" tour. "I am super-excited. It is always good and fun," she said.
Each day, Devlin is motivated by music and her desire to create new music. "Every day, I try to keep my dream alive and be an artist and a creative person. It keeps me going. I do this because I love it. It's my dream job and a hobby that I get to do every day," she said.
She listed Ed Sheeran and John Frusciante as her dream male collaboration choices, and she dubbed Frusciante as a "musical genius."
Devlin continues to stay connected with her fans through such platforms as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. "I post every single day and I listen to fans as well. I'm quite interactive with them. I respond to 90 percent of the comments," she said.
To learn more about singer-songwriter Janet Devlin, check out her official homepage and on Facebook.
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