Jubilee Road

Album: Jubilee Road (2018)
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Songfacts®:

  • Although Jubilee Road may be a fictional street name, Tom Odell's third album documents real-life stories of the time he spent living in a house in East London. This was the song that inspired the entire record.
  • Odell explained to The Sun this song is "set on a late Friday night at home in London. It tells the story of the lives of the neighbors that live there with me. It's a celebration of community."

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