ODESZA Share Beautiful Teaser Video For Their Forthcoming Album ‘A Moment Apart’

Odesza A Moment Apart Trailer

ODESZA have really been keeping us on our toes for the majority of 2017. Starting in April with a mysterious Spotify playlist which turned out to be a clue to a new single, the Seattle-based duo have since released four additional singles (“Late Night”, “Corners Of The Earth”, “Meridian” and “Higher Ground”) and even confirmed the completion of their new album. Now, only a day before its release, ODESZA has shared a beautiful teaser video for their third studio album, A Moment Apart.

Filled with appearances from Naomi Wild, WYNNE, Leon Bridges & more of the albums featured artists, the two minute teaser video is packed with chilling, emotional imagery. A sample from the 2011 science fiction-drama “Another Earth” can be heard slowly blending into an orchestral swell as grandiose landscapes and intricate scenery quickly and continuously change throughout the video. We’re truly excited to finally be able to hear what ODESZA has been working on over the past couple of years. Check out the teaser video below and keep an eye out for the new album, A Moment Apart, dropping tomorrow! 

ODESZA - A Moment Apart Trailer

Photo credit - @jonathangipaya

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