photo credit: Wayne Hoecherl

Founded in Vancouver, B.C. in 1987, Odds burst onto the recording scene in 1991 with their rambunctious, self-produced major label debut, Neopolitan. Their 1993 Gold-selling followup, Bedbugs, featured the iconic single “It Falls Apart” and they continued a run of successful and critically acclaimed releases including 1995’s Platinum-selling Good Weird Feeling, and the 1996 album Nest, featuring the hit singles "Someone Who's Cool" and "Make You Mad.” In the years since their 2008 release, Cheerleader, they have continued to release EPs (compiled on their 2013 release, Universal Remote) while taking frequent detours into film and television music for the likes of The Kids In The Hall, and Brent Butt (Corner Gas)

And now, Odds - singer/guitarist Craig Northey, bassist/vocalist Doug Elliott, drummer Pat Steward, and guitarist/vocalist Murray Atkinson -  are thrilled to finally unveil a brand new album, Crash the Time Machine, set for release on Aug 4, 2023. The title track is out now.