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Ivor Novello Award winning British singer and songwriter Tom Odell has announced his third studio album, Jubilee Road. The news comes following the release of lead single If You Wanna Love Somebody, his first new track since 2016’s Wrong Crowd.
Jubilee Road places Odell in the middle of his creative process, taking on writing, singing and production. The album includes his trademark backing choir as well as experimenting with new sounds and instruments.
The album is inspired by suburban life, recording Jubilee Road in a terraced house on an East London street. It retains the building’s atmosphere, including the sounds of kids playing in the street and Odell’s girlfriend’s steps on the floorboards above.
Fans can access tickets for Tom Odell’s forthcoming headline UK shows early by pre-ordering Jubilee Road.
Pre-order Jubilee Road before 15:00 on 3 July 2018 through the official Tom Odell store to receive a unique code and instructions on how to access the presale.
The presale will then open at 9:00 on Wednesday 4 July 2018.
Odell broke onto the scene with his Another Love single in 2012, following it up with his 2013 debut album Long Way Down, featuring singles Hold Me and the huge Grow Old With Me.
Wrong Crowd, his sophomore record, was released in 2016, spawning Magnetised.
Tom Odell will be celebrating the release of his third album with a run of headline UK dates, kicking off in Glasgow on the 12 October 2018 and running through until Friday 26 October 2018 at Southampton’s O2 Guildhall.
The run includes a show at London’s Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith.
Here are those dates in full:
12 October 2018 – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
13 October 2018 – The Telegraph Building, Belfast
14 October 2018 – Olympia Theatre, Dublin
16 October 2018 – O2 Academy, Leeds
17 October 2018 – City Hall, Newcastle
18 October 2018 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
19 October 2018 – O2 Apollo, Manchester
21 October 2018 – O2 Academy, Birmingham
23 October 2018 – Eventim Apollo, London
25 October 2018 – Brighton Centre, Brighton
26 October 2018 – O2 Guildhall, Southampton