Press For Our Fathers Were Lions

The Waiting song World Premiere – Glide Magazine

Our Fathers Were Lions is dramatic and dynamic, full of drive and conviction.  It resonates with an anthem-like authority – an album for the ages.” – Goldmine

“The music of Devin Sinha tumbles down from the mountains, catching both Celtic and Country in its breeze.  Our Fathers Were Lions delivers storytelling with literary overtones, the tales staged with dramatic guitar and sweeping strings, rising and falling on waves of Folk Rock. Majestic.” – The Alternate Root

Press For Our Past and Present Futures

Call The Mountains Down Music Video World Premiere – The Huffington Post

Runner-up – Best Music Video: Shine On Me – Northwest Heat Music Video Festival

“Honestly, Our Past and Present Futures is one of the best projects available in the indie folk genre and I put my personal stamp of quality assurance on this one.” – I Am Entertainment Magazine

“…a beautiful collection of poetic songwriting and a unique musical journey that quickly captivates the listener.” – AXS

“The song [Shine On Me]’s video perfectly reflects its message of optimism, with beautiful imagery and a sweet, touching narrative.” – Paste Magazine

Daily Discovery: Devin Sinha – What You’re Given – American Songwriter Magazine

“The 12 songs on Devin Sinha’s third album, Our Past and Present Futures, breeze by in one continual swoop of a singer-songwriter peaking at his art.” – Glide Magazine

“Devin Sinha does not plant his guitar in one place. Instead, he merges cultures, combines genres, and reworks his own talents to create music that most often transports you to the past but endures to the future.” – Elmore Magazine

Press For The Seventh Season

“The Seventh Season, a contemporary folk / singer-songwriter project that could easily put him onto some of the top folk music festival stages in the U.S.” – I Am Entertainment Magazine

“The pared down performance at Fremont Abbey in Seattle worked to Sinha’s advantage, amplifying his presence, highlighting his rich, throaty voice on songs old and new.” – AXS

The Seventh Season places in Northwest Music Scene’s Reader’s Poll for Top 10 Northwest Albums of 2014. – Northwest Music Scene

“Album track “Lone Elm Road” rocks hard with upbeat country twang and fluid vocals that could turn your heart to mush.” – Magnet Magazine

“[Sinha] is quickly forging his own musical path and it is a path that others will soon count as their own influence.” – Hub Pages – John Thomas Niswonger

“The 11 songs on The Seventh Season go down easily, with Sinha’s surprisingly mature songs trading on a blend of heart-on-sleeve storytelling and poetic balladry.” – Vegas Seven

“The Seventh Season is soothing and gorgeous while still preserving the sort of artistic integrity that will make you tell your friends, “No, there’s a lot more here. Trust me.” – The Vinyl Anachronist

“The Seventh Season takes us on a powerful journey through life’s more solemn moments, but has a key ingredient in its special sauce: hope and optimism.” – Adobe and Teardrops

“The songwriting is so steeped in tradition that it is both indestructible and timeless in its structure.” – Aside/Beside

“The full band adds a fuller sound to the songs with more of a range. Don’t get me wrong, I love him solo but this album just takes it up a notch. Definitely give this a spin.” – KJHK Radio