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Odalisque cover
Studio album by Sanglorians
Released July 3, 2020
Format digital, cassette
Recorded 2014-2015
Genre Power pop
Prog rock
Length 36:25
Label Self-released
Sanglorians chronology
Cassette cover
Cassette release
Cassette release

Odalisque is the second album by Sanglorians.


Sanglorians frontman Daniel Brummel promoted the album on May 1, 2020, during an Island in the Zoom webinar hosted by Rivers Cuomo. In the said webinar, Daniel revealed he had been working on the album for roughly half a decade. The two singles chosen for the album were "Down to Affection" and "Come Back to What You Are". The opening track, "Miriam," is named for Brummel's younger sister.


The album's release was postponed twice, eventually releasing on July 3, 2020. As of 2021, it has only been released digitally and on cassette.


Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Miriam"  Daniel Brummel 4:25
2. "Down to Affection"  Brummel 2:45
3. "Come Back to What You Are"  Brummel 4:09
4. "Ice Queen"  Brummel 3:40
5. "The Book of Love"  Stephin Merritt 4:21
6. "Clearer"  Brummel 3:44
7. "In Bruges"  Brummel 3:35
8. "Sunday Morning"  Margo Guryan 2:31
9. "Red Door"  Brummel 3:02
10. "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away"  John Lennon, Paul McCartney 4:09
Total length:

Music Video

A music video for the song "Come Back to What You Are" was released on May 1, 2020.

A music video for the song "Sunday Morning" was released on July 3, 2020.

See also

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