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Gig & Concert News - Odds & Ends Release Second Single 'City of Sails'

Odds & Ends Release Second Single 'City of Sails'

11 September 2019 - 0 Comments

Auckland based indie-rock band Odds & Ends released their debut single Tasty last week and now the band prepares to release another single on September the 26th, called City of Sails.

“Last week’s show was pretty special,” explains the band’s front man, Koen Aldershof, “but we’re going to make the next release even bigger!” The band will play a release show at the Anthology Lounge on the 26th of September. “We will definitely need a larger venue this time. We filled up the room last week and there needs to be space for dancing at this next gig.” Tickets have recently gone on sale on
www.undertheradar.co.nz for only $10.

Odds & Ends also confirm a 5-track EP to be released in early November, including the two singles. You can now follow and familiarize yourself with the funky and fruity sound of Odds & Ends through Spotify.

www.oddsandenz.co.nz

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