- New album produced by Bill Moriarty (Dr. Dog, Man Man, The Sheepdogs)
- Last full-length album, Teeth, released in 2011, sold roughly 3,000 copies by word of mouth (download here), and has 185,000 streams to-date.
- Hundreds of tour dates under their belt, including 25+ sold out dates in support of their last release from coast-to-coast, opening for The Head & The Heart and Thao with the Get Down Stay Down and dates with Neon Trees.
The Devil Whale is a five piece semi-pro rock band from Salt Lake City that specializes in long drives and short songs.
In 2011, the band self-released their second full-length album (“Teeth”) while also playing over 100 shows in 26 U.S. states, including tours w/ The Head & The Heart and Thao & the Get Down Stay Down. Speaking of “Teeth”, KEXP described the album as “...an impressive set of well-crafted folk-pop steeped in ‘60s psych-pop, ‘70s folk-rock... blending crunchy guitars, prominent piano and other keyboards, warm harmonies and some gorgeous melodies.”
Daytrotter noticed a similar vibe, writing “Lead singer Brinton Jones has a singing style that brings to mind Jeff Tweedy doing Fleetwood Mac songs, or at least coming close to that mood and that place.”