Free Download: Devin's Upbeat Rock Track 'You're Mine'

Get a song from the singer-songwriter's upcoming EP here

November 8, 2011 12:15 PM ET
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Devin Therriault
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Click to listen to Devin's 'You're Mine'

New York-based singer-songwriter Devin is releasing his debut EP on FrenchKiss Records, You're Mine, on November 15th. The upbeat guitar-driven title track is about the happy feelings at the start of a new relationship. "'You're Mine' is just a boy and a girl at the height of their infatuation, before they know enough to hate each other," Devin explains to Rolling Stone. "Or before it becomes something real." Devin's You're Mine EP comes out on November 15th, but you can download the title track, "You're Mine," for free here.

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