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Odina has debuted her new single and video, '1,2.3,4'

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Published: 10:00 am, April 28, 2020
Odina has debuted her new single and video, '1,2.3,4'

Catalan newcomer Odina has shared her new single-video combo, '1,2,3,4'.

The bizarre and somewhat unsettling glitter-filled clip was shot in London - where she's currently based - for a track that bristles with emotional intensity. Cutting through to the bone, it's no real shock that it features, erm, knives?

"This song is about how love is a game that may inevitably lead to mutual self-destruction," she says. "Sometimes ideas come to me all at once, musically and visually and in this case after I wrote '1,2,3,4' I knew the visual had to feature a knife, for this sort of twisted game concept.

"In the video, we played with the juxtaposition of darker elements and lighter ones, with the contrast between the knife and the red glitter acting as a visual representation of love as a double-edged sword."

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