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Devon Beck Gazes Into Her ‘Rearview’ (Review)

Devon Beck takes a toxic relationship to task with her heart-pulsing new song. “Rearview” showcases not only Beck’s sterling vocal performance but strong emotional storytelling. Co-written with Hunter Hays and Liam Coleman, the mid-tempo documents the push and pull of the head and the heart.

Beck explains in a press statement, saying, “[This song’s] about the battle between what can feel right in your heart and what you know isn’t good for you. Oftentimes, I do my best thinking while driving around listening to music, which is where this song takes place. I understand how hard it is to choose between staying in a bad relationship or leaving it behind.”

Production washes around her vocal, crisp and clean. “No matter what you do, it’ll take a little bit more than a Sunday morning in a church pew / To forget the hell you put me through,” she sings over a guitar rinse. “I could take memory lane right back home to you / Or leave this love in a rearview.”

Listen to “Rearview” below.

From Central Pennsylvania, Beck issued her debut single “Pieces” when she was just 16. An EP called One-Sided Expectations followed soon after. At 18, she made the plunge to Nashville and has since released several singles, including “Homewrecker” and “Mirrors.” She’s just getting started, and her catalog already shows great promise. She’s here to stay.

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