Mon 16th May 2022
Sonic Makeup Production presents… ÓDÚ Unplugged at The Glory with queer Irish pop star ÓDÚ.
Come and experience ÓDÚ like you’ve never seen her before – featuring all of Ódú’s hits plus some extra surprises thrown in…
Bray native ÓDÚ has always been a self proclaimed singer and songwriter of pop music. She self released her debut EP ‘Conversations’ back in February 2017 and garnered rave reviews for its mix of electro pop, tropical pop and retro flourishes.
Since then ÓDÚ has been playlisted on RTE Radio 1, 2FM, Today FM and numerous Spotify playlist including Fresh Finds and New Pop Revolution with singles such as Roots and The Feeling. In 2020, ÓDÚ teamed up with songwriter Luke Foley to create indie pop duo Scenes From A Break and their debut single Silly Little Games was met with universal praise upon release. She has also written for television and theatre including original music for BBC’s ‘Nova Jones’ and Xnthony’s musical ‘Confirmation’.
In 2021 ÓDÚ released her most successful single to date ‘Saturday’ to date – a cathartic, 80s inspired break up song which has now reached over 200, 000 streams. Her follow up single ‘Care’ will form the basis of a new EP in Autumn 2022.
Special Guest – Jack Rua (acoustic set)
“Immediately likeable” – The Irish Times
“Non-ironic, unapologetic penchant for crystal clear pop” – Hot Press
“…one of the country’s most distinctive pop propositions.” – The Thin Air
“..harkens to Annie Lennox, but also early Madonna” – Paste Magazine
Doors – 7:30pm
Show – 8:00pm
£5 – General Entry
£10 – VIP – front row seat PLUS an exclusive limited edition copy of Ódú’s Conversations EP CD.
The Glory is a queer venue run by queer people, for queer people and their allies. We operate a zero-tolerance policy towards homophobia, transphobia, racism, misogyny and discrimination of any kind. Be respectful or you will be asked to leave. Strictly no office, hen or stag parties allowed.