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Tom Odell announces second album Wrong Crowd, shares title track and tour dates

04 April 2016, 10:09 | Written by Jessica Goodman

Tom Odell has detailed the release of his second album - the follow up to 2013's million selling debut.

Wrong Crowd will be released in June, and the title track can be heard below - along with a teaser of another upcoming album track “Constellations”.

"I wanted the songs to sound big and dramatic; big strings and melodies emphasizing the songs further – rich in musicality and holding nothing back," Tom states. "The album follows a narrative of a man held at ransom by his childhood, yearning for it, yearning for nature- a desire for innocence in this perverse world in which he now lives."

"It’s a fictional story but the emotions and feelings are obviously ones I have felt," he continues, "though the stories are elaborated and exaggerated. I wanted to create a world with a heightened sense of reality."

Tom Odell will build up to the release by performing a string of intimate dates through the next two months, including a headline performance at Islington Assembly Hall in London. Tickets for this show will be allocated via a ticket lottery.

Stream "Wrong Crowd" below, and find the album tracklisting beneath, alongside details of Tom Odell's upcoming tour dates.

Wrong Crowd is released via Columbia Records on 10 June.


1. "Wrong Crowd"
2. "Magnetised"
3. "Concrete"
4. "Constellations"
5. "Sparrow"
6. "Still Getting Used to Being On My Own"
7. "Silhouette"
8. "Jealousy"
9. "Daddy"
10. "Here I Am"
11. "Somehow"
12. "She Don’t Belong To Me" (deluxe edition)
13. "Mystery" (deluxe edition)
14. "Entertainment" (deluxe edition)
15. "I Thought I Knew What Love Was" (deluxe edition)


20 - Islington Assembly Hall, London
21 - La Boule Noire, Paris
23 - Bitterzoet, Amsterdam
25 - Frannz Club, Berlin
26 - Mascotte, Zurich
28 - The Tunnel, Milan


4 - Mercury Lounge, New York
6 - Masonic Hall, Los Angeles

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