I was young when Blink-182‘s Enema of the State came out, but I have an older brother so I have fond memories of listening to it against my parents’ wishes. My mom hated that album cover. Now after years of vibing to Devon Baldwin‘s features with G-Eazy, we get her cover of “Don’t Leave Me” from Blink’s legendary album. The track is as short and sweet as the original, trading schizophrenic, punk rock guitars for Christoph Andersson‘s synth wizardry. Devon’s vocals drift perfectly over the instrumental and actually have me realizing Blink-182 had sort of poignant lyrics?
Let’s try this one more time with feeling
Check out two originals from Devon, including the brand new “Blame,” produced by 4e.