Talented DIY artist, Odina may have been in control and in charge of nearly every aspect of putting together her music on her forthcoming EP, Broken. She may have fastened together the artwork design, directed music videos and pieced together her production. But within the contents of her stunning new single 'You Loved Me, You Killed Me,' Odina is delicately raw as her minimalist musings express an emotional core. Her vulnerability is another strength.

Her Broken EP is out July 22. Pre-order it here. Find out more about Odina and her creative process in an interview below.

Tell us about your new single/video.

'You Loved Me, You Killed Me' is the first song of mine that I ever show to anyone a part from my family and friends. It's very exciting to finally be able to share it, but also kind of scary to see what people will think of it. It's a very personal song, and producing it has been kind of like a process of discovering myself and figuring out what I want my sound to be (I'm still trying to figure that out, by the way).

I filmed the video myself last Christmas when I was in the Spanish Pyrenees with my family (in this place called Benasque). The landscape was just beautiful, with all the snow and all the fog, it's one of my favorite places in the world. It's funny because it seems like the video is done in slow motion, but it's actually not. I just asked my dad who was driving the car to drive really, really slowly.

Where do you find inspiration?

I find inspiration from life and from people I know. Or from random thoughts in my head (I overthink a lot).

What risk would you take if you knew you could not fail?

I would make music full-time.

When was the last time you tried something new?

I don't actually know. I either have a very short-span memory, or I never try anything new. I don't know which option is worse.

What are you currently working on?

I'm trying to write new songs and be productive creatively speaking whilst having a life with a full time job. It's not going very well.

What's the most challenging thing you've ever created?

I think the most challenging thing was setting up this cupboard from IKEA last week. It took me like a whole day. (Not sure if that counts as 'creating' though).

Which of your talents do you think people overlook?

My power to read their minds and to predict the future.

If you only had one year to live, how would you spend that time?

I would probably travel a lot. And sleep, I don't sleep enough sometimes.