ODESZA Releases Official Music Video For Their Track ‘The Last Goodbye’: Watch

After releasing their brand new single ‘The Last Farewell’ with Bettye LaVette a few weeks ago, ODESZA just released the official music video to complement the track perfectly.

This clip, directed by their artistic director Sean Kusanagiis a gripping performance from the track; Harrison Mills and Knight Clayton d’ODESZA performs on a variety of different instruments, including guitar, keyboard, piano and modular synthesizer. They are also accompanied by Eva Walker of The black tones on bass and Attic Hopper play the drums. The studio layout also includes a giant projection screen in the background, which features original footage of LaVette singing his track. “Let Me Down Easy”that the boys sampled for ‘The Last Farewell’.

After racking up just under 175,000 views on YouTube in just four days since its premiere, we can only assume the views will continue to rise.

“This song was born out of the idea of ​​trying to bring those enduring and defining pieces of music like the 1965 release of Bettye LaVette’s ‘Let Me Down Easy’ into a modern, contemporary electronic setting. The idea of ​​bringing together two worlds, which at first glance seem distant, has always drawn us in. It was an absolute honor to be able to work with Bettye’s voice throughout the writing of the track. She is able to convey emotions with her vocal work like no other other. To date, this is one of the most rewarding songs we’ve had the chance to work on as artists. We hope everyone who listens enjoys the track as much as we did to do it.

You can watch the official clip of The last farewell by ODESZA and Bettye LaVette below, be sure to let us know your thoughts!

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