It was the change to German-language music that gave the Hamburg band Odeville more accessibility. Without giving up the desire for unconventional song structures.
The penultimate album of the band – “Phoenix” – turned out again in its clear orientation towards a flattering favor to the most pop work to date. And made many new fans curious. Over the past few years and records, Odeville has proven again and again what they are all about: to re-establish themselves again and again and to create music with great elegance and unbridled ambition – regardless of all expectations, drawers and already reached fan circles. And then came “Rome” – a strong album, on which again a lot was completely different and new. Not only for the band itself, but also within the scene of German-language rock music in general.
Now the band is currently tinkering again in various studios under the direction of Arne Neurand (Donots, … Trail of Dead, Revolverheld) on the groundbreaking new album. Is there a circle here? Are completely new doors opening? Who knows… at Odeville, many things, if not everything, are possible!