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Odesza teased as potential Dillo Day performer

Emily Chin, Reporter

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Mayfest hinted at Odesza on Monday night as a potential performer at Dillo Day.

The front page of the Dillo Day website showed a logo matching an image on Odesza’s 2014 album “In Return.”

An electronic music duo, Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight gained popularity with their first album, “Summer’s Gone” in 2012.

Odesza’s popular songs include “Say My Name” and “Sun Models.” The duo’s remix
“Lost and Found” was also featured in the “Divergent” movie soundtrack.

Mayfest has not confirmed whether the group will perform. Charli XCX is the only confirmed performer for this year’s festival, which will take place May 30.

Correction: A previous version of this story misspelled Odesza’s name. The Daily regrets the error.

Email: emilychin2018@u.northwestern.edu

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