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Acclaimed neo-soul collective Odd Soul will take to the Hare & Hounds this June with support from up-and-comers Sorry Grace.
Odd Soul have had a stratospheric couple of years: from student music boffins selling out Brum circuit staples such the Sunflower Lounge and Dark Horse, to esteemed positions on lineups like Mostly Jazz, Funk and Soul Festival, there’s no denying that they’re one of the most promising bands in a local soul scene already bursting at the seams. After a quiet first half of 2019, they’ll be back in the second room of the Hare & Hounds for ‘one night only’ on June 17th along with new blood Sorry Grace.
Expect a lively atmosphere for bangers from their first EP Movies: the title track and ‘bdbbd’ are guaranteed barn-burners in an intimate setting, utilising the winding instrumental crescendos typically associated with post-rock to whip the audience into a frenzy. The material debuted at shows late last year can also expect an appearance ahead of their ‘summertime writing hibernation’.
Tickets are available from Skiddle via the link above.
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