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The Devil’s Trade release new single ‘Clear Like the Wind’ 

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Dark singer-songwriter act The Devil’s Trade has unveiled their new single ‘Clear Like the Wind’, taken from the forthcoming album Vidékek vannak idebenn, which will be released on 14th July 2023 via Season of Mist

Watch the video for ‘Clear Like the Wind’ below.

Stream the single here: https://orcd.co/videkek

Pre-orders are available here: https://redirect.season-of-mist.com/TDTVVI

The Devil’s Trade commented on the album and track: “In the last three years, as most of us can likely relate, I experienced such lows where I found nothing but raw emptiness, the inability to create or to do anything other than just trying to exist. I started working on ‘Clear Like the Wind’ during one of the short periods when I slowly got a little better and was able to find the need to grab the guitar and see what would happen. These moments were like a reset so it is not a surprise for me that this song reaches way back to the world of my first album Those Miles We Walked Alone“.

On Vid​é​kek vannak idebenn, mastemind Dávid Makó leaned heavier on electronic textures than with his previous work, as can be heard on the album’s first single Flashing Through The Lack of Light, which is shrouded in luscious shifting synths. He also brought in his old friend and former bandmate Gáspár Binder, whose dark drumming sets the impactful tone of the title track.

The Devil’s Trade has recently revealed new dates in September and October 2023, supporting the legendary Alcest. Dates:

Sep 29 FR Metz La Bam 
Sep 30 BE Bruges Cactus Club
Oct 01 DE Hamburg Knust
Oct 03 DK Copenhagen Lille Vega
Oct 04 NO Oslo Parkteatret
Oct 05 SE Stockholm Fryshuset Klubben
Oct 07 DE Dresden Stromwerk
Oct 08 PL Poznan 2Progi
Oct 09 PL Wroclaw Stary Klasztor
Oct 10 DE Hannover Musikzentrum
Oct 11 DE Frankfurt Zoom
Oct 13 NL Nijmegen Soulcrusher
Oct 14 FR Lille L’aeronef
Oct 15 UK Manchester Academy 2
Oct 16 UK Bristol SWX
Oct 17 UK Brighton Concorde 2

Oct 19 FR Vauréal Le Forum
Oct 20 FR St. Nazaire Le Vip
Oct 21 FR Rouen Le 106
Oct 22 FR Savigny-le-temple L’empreinte


  1. occupying a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold.

“I was in the liminal space between past and present”
It is of no surprise liminal space is a key element in the next phase of The Devil’s Trade‘s fourth album, Vidékek vannak idebenn (a title that loosely translates to There Are Landscapes Within) as Dávid Makó, the man behind the moniker has indeed arrived to a threshold in his career, where the phase starting with his self-released debut Those Miles We Walked Alone ended after his latest album The Call of the Iron Peak. The concept of liminal space itself is a not necessarily pleasant state of mind where you left behind your old life, but new doors haven’t exactly opened just yet. 

As Makó states “The process my first three records pieced together ended, that was no path for me to take anymore, but to take a step forward I had to make decisions I wasn’t inspired enough to make.” – and from this frustrated, sort of paralyzed state of floating, a new incarnation of The Devil’s Trade was born and so was Vidékek vannak idebenn along with it.

While still true to his solo artist roots, delivering gut-wrenching melodies of darkness and beauty on his own, Makó needed an expansion to his universe. With the addition of long-time friend and former bandmate Gáspár Binder on drums and a live keyboard player, he finally took the much needed step forward and ‘Vidékek vannak idebenn’ portrays the next sonic phase of The Devil’s Trade.

A soundtrack to the next phase of his life. A soundtrack to souls stuck in liminal space, hungry to adapt to new realities and to grow further, outside the boundaries which so often shackle them.


1. Felkelék én (3:17)
2. Flashing Through the Lack of Light (6:28) [WATCH]
3. Vidékek vannak idebenn (8:19) [WATCH]
4. Clear Like the Wind (5:36)
5. Liminal (6:42)
6. Fordulj kedves lovam (6:27)
7. All Kings Must Fall (3:30)
8. Új hajnal már nem jő (4:44)
Total: 45:03

The cover artwork for Vidékek vannak idebenn, which is created by Bálint Benkő (Volume Of Voids)For more information:


Credit: Chantik Photography

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