|07 Mar 2019||Oddity Road||Birmingham Sunflower Lounge||Sunflower Lounge||Buy ticket|
|09 Mar 2019||Oddity Road||Manchester The Bread Shed||The Bread Shed||Buy ticket|
|16 Mar 2019||Oddity Road||Nottingham The Maze||The Maze||Buy ticket|
|29 Mar 2019||Oddity Road||Blackburn Electric Church Club||Electric Church Club||Buy ticket|
|30 Mar 2019||Oddity Road||Sheffield The Foundry||The Foundry||Buy ticket|
|26 Apr 2019||Oddity Road||Aberdeen The Drummonds||The Drummonds||Buy ticket|
|20 Jul 2019||Oddity Road||Sheffield Tramlines Festival||Tramlines Festival||Buy ticket|
Supported by Huw Stephens on Radio 1 and given a spin by Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6, Oddity Road defy their young age to deliver heavy riffs and tight infectious songs influenced by bands such as Kings Of Leon, Foo Fighters and The Killers.
These hard working young lads from Sheffield have gigged relentlessly up and down the U.K. and supported numerous bands, including mates The Sherlocks.
With wider critical acclaim further cementing their assured confidence this unsigned band are destined for bigger things.
‘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