ODLAW release song about bread called SEMI-POLENTA and head on a little tour

ODLAW write indie post-emo suburban Folk tinged rock songs. After releasing an EP called “Soup Herb” in 2016, and their debut album “Regret City” in 2017, the evolving outfit have channelled the leftover good feelings into a catchy little song about Sunday morning (or Tuesday depending on your line of work).


To celebrate the launch of new music, lead songwriter and grey haired weirdo Mark Neal, heads on a solo tour around his old neighbourhoods. A rare opportunity to see some intimate moments of reminiscing on past mistakes, spread between tales of childish adventures, and a handful of tears. Plus a special full band city show in August.


Recorded and produced by Michael Strong at Brainiac studios, SEMI POLENTA is out now on BLUE GREY PINK.


July 20 – Freehand Winery, Denmark (solo)

July 22 – Six Degrees, Albany (solo)

August 4 – The Sewing Room, Perth (with band)

August 15 - Clancy’s, Canning Bridge (solo)