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Tom Odell is a British singer-songwriter who released his debut EP, Songs from Another Love, in October 2012. He was the BRITs Critics’ Choice Award winner in 2013. Odell released his debut studio album, Long Way Down, in June 2013, followed by his second album, Wrong Crowd in June 2016. Born Thomas Peter Odell on November 24, 1990 in Chichester, West Sussex, England, UK, to Timothy Peter Odell, an airline pilot and Caroline Mary (Dorrington), a primary school teacher, he has an older sister. He spent part of his growing years in New Zealand because of his father’s job. He studied at Seaford College. He began studying piano classically at age 7 and began writing his own songs at the age of 13.
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|Height:||5′9″ (175 cm)|
|Weight:||165 pounds (75 kg)|
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I don’t really have loads of friends – three or four who are close. The thing that I love the most is playing with my band, and with everything else I feel kind of uncomfortable. I don’t think I’m socially awkward. I just prefer being behind a piano.
Songs are about just being totally honest and putting those words to music.
I find myself more affected by music the more I do it. Particularly when you’re touring, and you’re in the bus, and you’re listening to loads of music. Life becomes far more dramatic, I guess – you’re never in the same place; you’re constantly meeting new people. You almost become more sensitized to music.
The dominant male is history. Could you see a male Lady Gaga? The closest we’ve got is Justin Bieber, who’d be locked up if he tried the stuff Gaga gets away with. Women are the only rock stars now. Adele is brutally honest. I want to be like her.
If people stop being interested, it’s because you haven’t written a good enough album. Music will always be the most powerful thing. It doesn’t matter what record labels or journalists say. It’s the song.