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Odina has debuted a video for her new single 'Heartache'

It's the latest track to be taken from forthcoming debut album 'What I Never Told You'.
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Published: 10:29 am, June 23, 2020Words: Stephen Ackroyd.
Odina has debuted a video for her new single 'Heartache'

Odina has debuted a new video for her single 'Heartache'.

The latest track to be taken from forthcoming debut album 'What I Never Told You', the full-length is set for release on 21st August.

Speaking about 'Heartache', Odina said: "I wrote ‘Heartache’ after going through a breakup. At the time there was just a lot pouring out of me, I think it took 30 minutes to write - it was just one of those songs that felt like it wrote itself."

The video, directed by Spanish actor Alex Maruny, is described in a press release as "encapsulating the world-altering feelings of turmoil following a break up, via the use of surreal Lynchian-esque images". That sounds dead clever, so we're just going to copy and paste it, while trying to look all artistic and knowledgeable ourselves.

You can check out the video for 'Heartache' below.

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