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Odina Releases “Nothing Makes Sense”

Complete innocence echoes out the voice of the young Spanish artist. Influenced by Keaton Henson and Bon Iver amongst others, 2016 saw the release of Odina’s debut EP Broken, a project conceived in the intimate space of her small London bedroom that has managed to amass over a million streams on Spotify.

Her new single ‘Nothing Makes Sense’ taken from her upcoming EP of the same name, is one of auditory intimacy. Blanca (Odina) breathes ‘Nothing Makes Sense’, and it feels so intensely personal. It amalgamates feelings of melancholy and optimism, the latter brought on by the warmth of the reverberating clean guitar chords, which accompany her vocals.

Laura Marling-esque melancholic honesty shines through this single, until brass accompaniment during the bridge following Odina singing ‘nothing makes sense at all…’ offers listeners a thick texture of hope and acceptance that ‘nothing makes sense’.

Odina is a project that started not only at a point of emotional vulnerability; the breaking of a relationship, but also at a point of “exile” when moving to a different country; from sunny Barcelona to the rainy streets of London.

This song is about feeling confused, about overthinking life, death, and everything else. It tries to look at some questions to which there are no answers, while at the same time arriving at the realization that there will never be an answer to them, and coming to accept that.’ – Odina

L I S T E N

https://soundcloud.com/odinamusic/nothing-makes-sense-1

L I V E

4th Feb – Notting Hill Arts Club (Communion club night), LONDON

14th Apr – L’Auditori de Barcelona, BARCELONA

15th Apr – Sala El Sol, MADRID

D I S C O V E R

http://www.odinamusic.com/

https://soundcloud.com/odinamusic

www.facebook.com/musicodina/

https://twitter.com/odinamusic

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, play guitar, music geek, movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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