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OdESSA - WINS Best Indie Video 2006

OdESSA - WINS Best Indie Video 2006

The OdESSA video 'Promises, Promises' won Best Indie Video at the
Juice TV Music Video Awards held last night at Auckland (

The video for 'Promises, Promises' was made by the very talented
Simon Ward with support from NZ On Air and Positively Wellington Business.
View our 'award-winning' video at

A huge 'Thank you' once again to everyone for your awesome support!


OdESSA are touring with A Low Hum !
13 Oct – Auckland, The Kings Arms
14 Oct – Auckland, TBC, All Ages show from 5-8pm
14 Oct – Hamilton, Sohl Bar
27 Oct – Palmerston North, The Stomach. 8pm
28 Oct – Wellington, San Francisco Bath House, All Ages from 6-9pm
28 Oct – Wellington, San Francisco Bath House, R18 from 10pm
2 Nov – Nelson, Phat Club
3 Nov – Christchurch, TBC, All Ages from 6-9pm
3 Nov – Christchurch, Al’s Bar (31 Dundas Street), R18 from 10pm
4 Nov – Dunedin, Arc Café, All Ages from 5-8pm
4 Nov – Dunedin, Arc Café, R18 from 10pm


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