ODESZA Reward ‘Loyal’ Fans With This Highly Anticipated Song


If you have been fortunate enough to catch Seattle duo ODESZA perform live over the past few years, not only should you consider yourself lucky but there is also a high chance you have heard this song before.

Initially appearing in 2015, the bass weapon became a secret gem for their shows that was introduced to many as an encore. The high energy trap horns on ‘Loyal’ hit harder than their most well known productions and as a result it continued to catch many fans off guard, generating a lot of hype over the years.

The initial version was thought of as a remix of Alex Adair’s “Make Me Feel Better” due to the use of the tracks iconic vocal sample, but it was in-fact created as an original song. The official release is without the iconic sample and some have suggested they tried to get the clearance and weren’t able to reach an agreement.

Many fans never thought we’d see an official release after all this time, so for die hard ODESZA fans you could say this one is a treat from the duo for being ‘Loyal’.



 

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