|22 Sep 2018||Oddity Road||Southampton The Joiners||The Joiners||Buy ticket|
|28 Sep 2018||Oddity Road||Nottingham Bodega||Bodega||Buy ticket|
|29 Sep 2018||Oddity Road||Glasgow Tenement Trail Festival||Tenement Trail Festival||Buy ticket|
|05 Oct 2018||Oddity Road||Liverpool Arts Club||Arts Club||Buy ticket|
|06 Oct 2018||Oddity Road||Manchester Neighbourhood Festival||Neighbourhood Festival||Buy ticket|
|13 Oct 2018||Oddity Road||Sheffield The Leadmill||The Leadmill||Buy ticket|
|19 Oct 2018||Oddity Road||Plymouth Underground||Underground||Buy ticket|
|20 Oct 2018||Oddity Road||Exeter Phoenix Voodoo Lounge||Phoenix Voodoo Lounge||Buy ticket|
|10 Nov 2018||Oddity Road||Leeds Chapel||Chapel||Buy ticket|
|23 Nov 2018||Oddity Road||Stockton Ku Bar||Ku Bar||Buy ticket|
Don’t Hold Me Down
Oddity Road kicked off 2018 with their biggest headline gig as 500 people crammed into a sold out Sheffield Academy and they’ve followed this up with a UK support slot alongside The Sherlocks and their own UK headline dates.
The four 18 year old school mates, who wrote their first song in 2016, played over 50 gigs and 25 festivals in 2017 including an infamous BBC Introducing headline set to 4000 people.
With new songs in the bag, and ready for release, the lads plan to build on their relentless work ethic to reach an even bigger fanbase through 2018.
For fans of the big indie chorus.
‘Championed by BBC Introducing – Dean Jackson’
‘Big In 2018’ nomination by Fred Perry Subculture / This Feeling.
‘Managing to encapsulate the youthful energy of indie-pop whilst giving it a darker, more mature twist, Oddity Road are a band who offer a quiet intelligence to their songwriting that’s not often seen in indie-pop’(Louder Than War).