Tom Odell feat. Aurora as a match made in heaven in BUTTERFLIES

Tom Odell’s new single “Butterflies” featuring Aurora is a stunning collaboration between two of the most talented voices in indie music today. The accompanying music video, directed by Charles Mehling, perfectly captures the mood of the song, which is both hauntingly beautiful and deeply affecting.

The video opens with a striking shot of a butterfly, its wings fluttering in the wind. As the camera pans out, we see that the butterfly is perched on the edge of a cliff, overlooking a vast expanse of water. It’s a mesmerizing image, and it sets the tone for the rest of the video.

As the song progresses, we see shots of both Tom Odell and Aurora, interspersed with sweeping shots of the landscape. The imagery is both dreamlike and intense, with the natural beauty of the surroundings serving as a backdrop for the emotional intensity of the song.

The music itself is classic Tom Odell, with his distinctive piano playing and soulful vocals. Aurora’s voice adds a haunting quality to the song, and the two voices blend together beautifully. The lyrics are introspective and deeply personal, touching on themes of love, loss, and the search for meaning in life.

Critics have been overwhelmingly positive in their response to “Butterflies” and the accompanying video. Happy Mag notes that the song “feels like a warm embrace on a cold day,” while Broadway World praises the song’s “heartfelt lyrics and beautiful melodies.” Fans on Reddit have also been quick to praise the collaboration, with many calling it a “match made in heaven.”

Ultimately, “Butterflies” is a stunning example of what can happen when two talented artists come together to create something truly special. The song and the video are both beautiful and deeply moving, and they serve as a reminder of the power of music to touch our hearts and souls.


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