The Last Goodbye - ODESZA

The Last Goodbye

ODESZA

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2022-07-22
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13
  • ℗ 2022 Foreign Family Collective under exclusive license to Ninja Tune

The Last Goodbye ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
This Version Of You (feat. Jul ODESZA 2:51
2
Wide Awake (feat. Charlie Hous ODESZA 3:35
3
Love Letter (feat. The Knocks) ODESZA 4:13
4
Behind The Sun ODESZA 4:10
5
Forgive Me (feat. Izzy Bizu) ODESZA 3:28
6
North Garden ODESZA 3:00
7
Better Now (feat. MARO) ODESZA 3:14
8
The Last Goodbye (feat. Bettye ODESZA 5:58
9
All My Life ODESZA 3:12
10
Equal (feat. Låpsley) ODESZA 3:53
11
Healing Grid ODESZA 3:06
12
I Can’t Sleep ODESZA 3:07
13
Light Of Day (feat. Ólafur Ar ODESZA 6:40

Reviews

  • Behind the Sun

    5
    By s75689921
    It’s a beautiful worship song! Thank you
  • Another Masterpiece.

    5
    By Matt08251993
    What can I say? ODESZA has done it again with their latest album. Just a melodic, atmospheric masterpiece. Favorite tracks so far include: Wide Awake, Behind the Sun, Forgive Me, North Garden, Equal, I Can’t Sleep, and Light Of Day. Hint - they’re all amazing though. Highly recommended 🔥🎶🎧
  • Redundant

    1
    By Keithybirdy
    Nothing new. Last album was much better
  • Weird

    2
    By Jrdnharrison
    It’s definitely Odesza… but it’s weird Odesza. Like if Odesza took acid. The album as a whole sounds like it has vision, yet it’s also so un-defined.
  • London Lounge Memories

    5
    By Maxwell_awesomeness!
    This album takes me back to the lounges of my favorite European city London! Music like this stirs memories and transcends me back in time to my past and my future all at the same time! I love this album!
  • brings back the good old days

    5
    By dmackatack
    Souns like a 21st century Erasure mix. Definitely my favorite EDM band....
  • Odesza proved me wrong.

    4
    By 415matt
    Of course I’ve pre-ordered this album, but I just don’t know what to make of this album so far. Edit: Now after a couple thorough listens, I understand and feel the "beautiful celebration " that Odesza has put into this album. Everything makes sense as a whole. Thanks guys!!
  • A little disappointed

    2
    By T-rock77
    I’ve been an “Odeszalonian” since the beginning (circa 2014). Each album has not only built on the successes of the album before it, but added a new layer of depth and catharsis. The “A Moment Apart” album was as close to a masterpiece as you can get. It literally took the listener on an interstellar journey to another galaxy. Sadly, this album sacrifices the depth of sound, the rhythm, the catharsis. . . the “journey” for half-baked vocals and a somewhat hollow sound. I can’t put this music on and “leave” my reality behind. It feels too safe, too one-dimensional.” I pray their next album departs from this.
  • Tantric with no climax 🫤

    2
    By jkdubya
    Long time fan but this is a bummer. It’s as if someone said “ok, let’s wrap this up now”. Tracks are hyper mixed with too many layers and samples. Vocals are generic with poor lyrics. Leaves you saying “that’s it?”. I still love them. Harrison and Clayton are incredibly talented. Just missed with this one. I get it, it’s hard to out perform previous stellar albums but you can’t just get lazy and start releasing fluff.
  • Melodic and Atmospheric

    5
    By mikenikster
    Odesza has the best music in the game. Every song they release is 🔥. This album is a masterpiece. Just listen and you’ll be transported to another dimension.