Tom Odell is set to release his debut album 'Long Way Down' on April 15th.
Still taking the first steps of his career, Tom Odell has already made a little bit of history. Placed as the winner of this year's Critics Choice Award at the BRITs, the Chichester native became the first ever male artist to win the trophy. Seeming to play larger and larger venues each week, the songwriter has now outlined plans for his debut album.
'Long Way Down' will be released on April 15th, with ITNO / Columbia Records providing support. Exciting times for the young artist, with Tom Odell's debut single 'Hold Me' set to be released on April 1st.
Here's a quick quote: “I hope the album feels human and real and that there are some flaws – because the flaws help make it what it is. Really, I’d love to live in a time when music felt uncontrived and imperfect and gave people a real sense of elevation. When it’s sad I want it to be REALLY sad. When it’s happy I want it to feel euphoric…I suppose I want the record to express the heightened feelings and emotions we all get in our lives”.
Grow Old With Me
Supposed To Be
Till I Lost
Long Way Down
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'Long Way Down' is set to be released on April 15th.