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Better Noise Music’s resident country-rocker Cory Marks releases the new track “Devil’s Grin (Acoustic)” in partnership with Amazon Music, which is now available exclusively on the streaming service’s Original’s programming. The single comes ahead of the critically acclaimed artist’s new EP “Nashville Nights”, set for an August 20th release. The stripped-down reimagined version of “Devil’s Grin” originally appeared on Marks’ 2020 debut album “Who I Am”. Now Marks is celebrating the one year anniversary of the album’s release, originally released on August 7, 2020, with the Amazon Original “Devil’s Grin (Acoustic)”, a track that perfectly highlights Marks’ ability to soulfully blend the rawness of rock and the storytelling of country. Upon the album’s release last year, Billboard praised Marks for his “shape-shifting” styles. Amazon Music listeners can find the track on the Fresh Rock playlist, Amazon Music’s home for the hottest new rock releases. Customers can also simply ask, “Alexa play the Amazon Original by Cory Marks” in the Amazon Music app for iOS and Android and on Alexa-enabled devices. Amazon Music listeners can access hundreds of Amazon Originals featuring both emerging and established artists across numerous genres, available to stream and purchase only on Amazon Music HERE.

Marks says of the track “The song ‘Devil’s Grin’ is a story about that person you can’t seem to get enough of even though you know it just means trouble. I’m so grateful to the folks at Amazon Music who wanted to take this journey with me as I stripped down the song to highlight the lyrics which paint a temptation that I know everyone can relate to”.

Marks recently released his “Nashville Mornings EP” and dropped a music video for his anthem Blame It On The Double (Country Mix) Featuring Tyler Connolly”. Another, rock-heavy version of the song was released earlier this year, also featuring Connolly and guitarist Jason Hook. The music video for that version features footage from the upcoming horror film THE RETALIATORS, in which Marks makes an onscreen cameo. The song is also included on the soundtrack for the film, which is set to make its world premiere at Arrow Video FrightFest 2021 in London on August 30th.


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