You Loved Me, You Killed Me
Barcelonian and London-dweller Odina knows a thing or two about dislocation- both emotionally and geographically. In her new single “You Loved Me, You Killed Me,” Odina muses about a failed relationship that has left fresh wounds in its wake. This track features her solitary, pensive voice and reverb-heavy acoustic guitar, accompanied by minimal cymbal crashes and delicate horns. The effect renders a latent sense of loss and an arrestingly empty atmosphere. Odina’s website reveals the source of inspiration for the song:
“Broken draws on Odina’s life experiences, having been recorded in both London and her native Barcelona, to explore the melancholy of a broken heart and of a mind deceived by the wonders of what could be, as opposed to what is.”
“You Loved Me, You Killed Me” will appear on her debut EP titled Broken, set to release on July 22nd on Silverbell Records.