Love, stars, and space. It’s a common theme that’s been running through music for ages, and now, there are very few exceptional artists that can break into our fitful notice, impactful in such a way like David Bowie or Elton John. However, in this present day, you can always find outliers; and belonging to the same universe, on this very same planet, are there striking individuals like Tom Odell.
“…The album follows a narrative of a man held at ransom by his childhood, yearning for it, yearning for nature- a desire for innocence in this perverse world in which he now lives. It’s a fictional story but the emotions and feelings are obviously ones I have felt – though the stories are elaborated and exaggerated. I wanted to create a world with a heightened sense of reality.”
From his new album, WRONG CROWD, Tom gifts us with his latest release-track, “Constellations.” The piano ballad, with strings underneath, is instantly simple and radiant, and has a small trace of Elton John and David Gray’s “This Year’s Love.” It’s a romantic song with a tinge of sadness, one you’d wish was playing if you were to ever slowdance on the moon.
Don’t wait on it. Space out to “Constellations” -
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