With frequent play on Radio 1, ‘Why Am I Like This’ exposed the band to a whole new audience, whilst through their spring tour, the band continued to nurture their live reputation. In 2017, Oddity sold out the 250 cap Deaf Institute in Manchester, before moving on to pack out The Breadshed last year. The band are so excited to be heading back to Manchester to headline Gorilla this November.
Over the Pennines, Oddity Road have done an equally impressive job of moving through the established venues of their adopted hometown, Sheffield. From selling out the 500 cap O2 Academy to headlining The Leadmill Main Room, the band always receive a loud welcome. Further afield, Oddity’s spring tour in early 2019 saw plenty of hot and sweaty gigs, including Edinburgh’s Mash House and Drummond, Aberdeen. Their spring tour followed hot off the heels of sell-out gigs in Sound City, Liverpool and Nottingham’s well-known Bodega.
• Main stage Tramlines
• Reading and Leeds Festival Republic
• Sold out Deaf Institute Manchester
• Sold out Bread Shed Manchester
• Sold out 02 Academy2 Sheffield
• Sold out Bodega Nottingham and Liverpool Sound Basement
• Headline gigs at Leadmill Main Room, Leeds Church, Edinburgh Mash House, Southampton Joiners
• Support to The Sherlocks U.K. tour including Victoria Warehouse