Spotlight Artist of The Week - The Independent (UK)
BBC 6 Recommends Track of The Week - Steve Lamacq
"A really absorbing band to watch." - Steve Lamacq
"A series of taut, visceral live shows across Dublin and beyond have already spread word about their potent songwriting, and there's a lot more to come.” - Clash Magazine
"Lilac Leaves is an extraordinary statement from the young band." - GIGWISE
Initially having met as schoolmates in their hometown of Swords, North Dublin, Odd Morris would form years later. They boast a brand of indie post-punk which has seen them rise steadily in Irish music acclaim.
Having withheld the release of any music online until March 2019, Odd Morris earned a reputable name through their brooding live performances across the country alongside peers Fontaines D.C. and The Murder Capital. Off the back of their debut single they have since supported the likes of Ezra Furman and Fat White Family, and played two of Ireland's biggest music festivals All Together Now and Electric Picnic. The band just released their second single 'Lilac Leaves' receiving high praise from BBC 6 Music's Steve Lamacq and critical acclaim among UK press.