Kylie Odetta Premieres Video For ‘You Don’t Love Me’

19 year old South Carolina native Kylie Odetta this week premiered her new music video for her song, ‘You Don’t Love Me’. 

The video, which was first featured on music blog Popdust, is a clip of two parts. Scenes of Kylie shot from her point of view, starting in seeming domestic bliss with her boyfriend are interspersed with ones of her laying in a bed of rose petals, or alternatively sitting in an empty room with a suitcase, singing about how he doesn’t love her anymore. Suddenly, as we’re with Kylie entering her shared apartment, we realise why she’s singing this – our shock and hers are the same: her boyfriend doesn’t love her anymore because he’s found someone else.

Kylie’s smooth vocals are the result of a youth spent absorbing top 40 pop and jazz. At such a tender age still, her mellow voice has found her opening for the likes of Gavin DeGraw, Colbie Callait, and Mat Kearny, among others. Kylie is clearly a gifted singer songwriter, and was playing piano by age 6. By 12 she was writing her own material and recording it, which saw her release her first EP, ‘High Dreamer’, in 2016. Her gorgeous voice has found her compared to the likes of Adele.

‘You Don’t Love Me’ is from Kylie’s new EP, ‘Undertow’, which is set for release on May 19, and can be pre-ordered from iTunes. Find out more about Kylie Odetta online on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and her official website.

You Don't Love Me - Kylie Odetta (Official Music Video)


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Lisa loves all good music, with particular fondness for Jedward and David Bowie. She's interviewed Edward Grimes (Jedward), Kevin Godley, Trevor Horn, Paul Young, Peter Cox (Go West), Brendan B Brown (Wheatus), Bruce Foxton (The Jam), among many many more. Lisa is also available for freelance writing - please email

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