|28 Sep 2019||Oddity Road||Doncaster Tickhill T-Fest||Tickhill T-Fest||Buy ticket|
|03 Oct 2019||Oddity Road||London Thousand Island||Thousand Island||Buy ticket|
|05 Oct 2019||Oddity Road||Southampton Heartbreakers||Heartbreakers||Buy ticket|
|17 Oct 2019||Oddity Road||Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach||Clwb Ifor Bach||Buy ticket|
|08 Nov 2019||Oddity Road||Liverpool Sound Basement||Sound Basement||Buy ticket|
|15 Nov 2019||Oddity Road||Newcastle Think Tank Underground||Think Tank Underground||Buy ticket|
|20 Nov 2019||Oddity Road||Birmingham Sunflower Lounge||Sunflower Lounge||Buy ticket|
|21 Nov 2019||Oddity Road||York Fulford Arms||Fulford Arms||Buy ticket|
|23 Nov 2019||Oddity Road||Sheffield Plug||Plug||Buy ticket|
|29 Nov 2019||Oddity Road||Manchester Gorilla||Gorilla||Buy ticket|
With self released singles getting repeated air play on Radio 1, Radio 6 and Radio X, a number of big festival appearances have followed for Oddity Road including this years Reading and Leeds. The lads gig relentlessly across the U.K. and have supported The Sherlock’s, Pigeon Detectives and Pink amongst many others.
With blistering guitar riffs and catchy hooks this hotly tipped quartet deliver energetic tracks which nod to Kings Of Leon, Catfish and The Killers with a distinctly northern twist.
‘For fans of the big indie chorus’ – championed by Dean Jackson BBC Introducing and Huw Stephens on Radio 1
Big in 2018 nomination – Fred Perry Subculture
‘An Instant classic’ (All Again) – Gordon Smart / John Kennedy Radio X
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