In August 2015, he released his first solo album titled Through The Fire.
In August 11 2017, he released a single with his new band-- Evaride called Heartless In 2011, Devine found out about the audition opportunity for One Direction through a friend of his on Facebook.
Upon returning to the States, he was still receiving offers as high school/college boyfriends and felt he was not getting the age-appropriate roles he sought. Scott on a TV-movie from the Heat of the Night series, Scott told him he needed to take acting lessons and develop his talent for both stage and screen.
Shortly thereafter, he departed Hollywood and moved to New York City, where he studied privately with various acting coaches.
The audience thought the bandages were part of the play.
Devine began to pursue a solo career in March 2015, when he first released a cover of "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars alongside Lia Marie Johnson, Jamieboy, and Josh Golden.He later gained success in leading roles in movies such as Glory Road, Poseidon, and Stealth. Lucas starred in the 2009 Ridley Scott-produced Tell-Tale, a film based on the short story "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe.In Glory Road, he starred as basketball coach Don Haskins, a role for which he gained 40 lb (18 kg). Earlier that year, Lucas was seen on stage in the off-Broadway run of Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell.He took his first stab at comedy in The Definite Maybe, in which he played a recent college graduate who gets fired from his job and schemes with an old friend to purchase a house in the Hamptons.He appeared as an American businessman in Jule Gilfillan's romantic comedy-drama Restless.