When you spend over twenty years playing in bands, you pick up a few stories along the way. If there's a steady rise to fame, a mysterious hiatus, and a sparkling return, then chances, are the stories you’ll hear are good ones.
Often, life's experiences find their way into new songs and onto albums. If you're Canadian power-pop legends Odds, you decide to share those experiences on stage. Since releasing their 2008 LP Cheerleader, the first album of new material since 1996's Nest, the recently reunited group has thrown itself into a strange and exotic creative endeavour -- story time theatre.