Dorothy Clark, known as Dodie, is a British singer-songwriter and YouTube personality who has gained a massive following due to her unique and heartfelt music. She first gained popularity in 2011 when she started posting covers and original songs on her YouTube channel, doddleoddle. Since then, she has released several EPs and albums, collaborated with various artists and celebrities, and championed causes that are close to her heart.
One of Dodie’s breakout roles was in 2016 when she released her debut EP, “Intertwined.” The EP featured five tracks that showcased her distinctive sound, which blends elements of folk, pop, and indie music. The EP received critical acclaim and was a commercial success, reaching the top 40 in the UK charts. In 2017, she released her second EP, “You,” which was also well-received by fans and critics alike.
One of the milestones in Dodie’s career was in 2019 when she released her debut album, “Build a Problem.” The album featured 14 tracks that reflected on various aspects of life, including love, loss, and mental health. The album received widespread critical acclaim and was a commercial success, reaching the top 5 in the UK charts. It also earned Dodie a nomination for “Best Album” at the AIM Independent Music Awards in 2020.
Dodie has collaborated with various artists and celebrities throughout her career. One of her notable collaborations was with the British singer-songwriter, Lewis Watson, on the song, “Party Tattoos.” The song was released in 2017 and quickly gained popularity among their fans. She has also worked with the American musician, Tessa Violet, on the song, “Words Ain’t Enough,” which was released in 2020.