Andy & the Odd Socks Release New Song - Who's in the Odd Socks? Skip to main content
Powered By Book That In
Read More News


After much anticipation, the UK’s biggest children’s band, Andy and the Odd Socks have today released their brand new song, ‘Who’s In The Odd Socks?’, available to stream and download now.



Released as the album title track from the bands hotly anticipated second studio album, the track showcases the true ethos of Andy and the Odd Socks, whilst the music video pays homage to one of the greatest Seattle bands in music history.

The record aims to rally everyone together in uncertain times and portrays the message that we are never alone, we are all together - so let’s go a bit crazy!

Said Odd Socks frontman, Andy Day: “Who’s in the Odd Socks? is all about bringing people together, highlighting the important message that we are not alone, and while we are faced with such uncertainty at this time we felt it was more important than ever to release this song now.

“This song holds a special place in all our hearts, it encompasses everything the Odd Socks are all about, which is why we decided to make it our album title. We hope it brings as much fun, enjoyment and happiness to kids (and parents!) as it does for us!”

Fronted by CBeebies superstar Andy Day, Andy and the Odd Socks are fast becoming the most exciting, innovative and in-demand live music act for children and have played over 100 shows including festivals such as Glastonbury, Camp Bestival, Victorious, Big Feastival, Shambala, BBC Summer Social, Standon Calling and many more. With their brand new TV Show, Andy and the Band now available to watch on BBC iPlayer and an upcoming album release, the London based five-piece are in full force to put smiles on faces!

As well as upcoming music and video releases, the band will also be announcing a whole host of fun and exciting activities to help parents keep their little one’s entertained. Keep your eyes peeled!


For more information please visit: and to watch the full video of Who’s in the Odd Socks? visit: