ODELION's debutalbum came to life in beautiful Norway. Inspired by the deafening silence of the Nordic landscape she wrote 12 intimate songs during a 3 month solo stay. In a tiny wooden house, far, far away from the hectics of daily life. With the comfort of not having to go anywhere but inside. Alone. Norway was the ideal scenery to write about never ending themes like letting go, daring to jump, loneliness, love and bewilderment. A time for reflection, of meditation and most and foremost: forgiveness.
This is an album about heartbreak. And not just in the romantic sense. It’s about breaking our own very heart. And doing it over and over again. Until we become so fed up with pointing the finger that we are forced to take another route.
Being a fan of Ane Brun, it made sense to ask sir Tobias Fröberg (Ane Brun) to produce ODELION’s debutalbum. Recorded in Germany, mixed in Sweden, mastered in England by Pete Maher (Damien Rice) and written by a Dutchie! The name ODELION was inspired by a tiny wooden house she stayed in during her Norwegian trip