second album of melancholic pop from the chichester-born singer songwriter is a big, fists in the air singalong destined for the big festival stages.
every song sounds big and dramatic; big strings and melodies emphasizing each song further. developing his love of classic songwriting from people like leoon russel and leonard cohen, odell has added a massive layer of solid gold pop - think coldplay and sam smith; full of emotion, full of hooks and a catchy chorus on each track.
standard cd & lp
- Wrong Crowd
- Still Getting Used to Being On My Own
- Here I Am
- She Don't Belong to Me
- I Thought I Knew What Love Was