Odio París’ excellent self-titled album is holding all the honors as one of the most beloved debut albums of the year. Although they’re the kind of band whose buzz relies mostly on word of mouth, they are the definition of a transatlantic critical success. Odio París has earned rave reviews from Spain’s most prestigious publications (Rockdelux, Mondosonoro, and La Pagina de la Nadadora), with equal excitement from this side of the world. In an album filled with outstanding tracks, “Cuando nadie pone un disco” has transcended as the band's most urgent, intense, and supremely nihilistic anthem. Odio París’ new clip (by Diego Delgado and Pablo Honey) is a fuzzy (and super flashy) portrait of the band’s consuming nightlife as adventurers of the road, the night, and the stage. “We’ve all been death, all, in the belly of the night,” -- so very true.