London-based Oh Wonder is the duo of Anthony West and Josephine Vander Gucht. Beginning on September 4, 2014, Vander Gucht and West released a single per month for one year, and then released all the songs together on an eponymous debut album on September 4, 2015. That album and Oh Wonder's follow-up album titled Ultralife, released in July 2017, were both written, produced, recorded and mixed completely by West and Vander Gucht themselves. One week after its debut album released, Oh Wonder had already played to sold-out houses in Los Angeles, New York, Paris and London. Since then, Oh Wonder has headlined over 300 concerts and festivals in over 40 countries.
Vander Gucht started out as a solo musician, going first by her name and then as LAYLA. West started out with several bands, including We the Wild, Futures and Tonight Is Goodbye. The two first met at one of Vander Gucht's gigs when West was in the audience. One year later, the roles reversed, with her attending one of his gigs. After that, they started composing songs and playing together. Before donning the name Oh Wonder, the band was called Wonder Wonder when it released its first two singles, but the band members changed it after discovering another band of the same name. In addition to its own singles, Oh Wonder has also been a featured artist on tracks by other artists, such as "The Way Life Goes" by Lil Uzi Vert, also featuring Nicki Minaj, and "Superlove" by Whethan.
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What can I expect from Oh Wonder?
Oh Wonder plays a signature version of art-pop that blends indie pop, electropop, alternative R&B and synth-pop.
What songs might I hear in an Oh Wonder setlist?
At any Oh Wonder show, you're likely to hear singles from Oh Wonder like "Body Shark," "Shark," "Dazzle," "All We Do," "The Rain," "Lose It," "Technicolour Beat," "Midnight Moon," "Livewire," "White Blood," "Landslide," "Drive," "Heart Hope," "Without You" and "Plans." You'll also surely hear some of the singles from Ultralife, including the title track as well as "Lifetimes," "My Friends," "Heavy," "High On Humans," "Solo," "All About You," "Bigger Than Love," "Heart Strings," "Slip Away," "Overgrown" and "Waste."
Where can I see an Oh Wonder show?
Catch an Oh Wonder concert at venues like OLT Rivierenhof in Antwerp, Belgium, SummerStage in Central Park in New York City, Budweiser Stage in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Ponde Vedra Concert Hall in Ponde Vedra, Fla., The Forum in Melbourne, Australia and Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, Belgium. You can also see Oh Wonder perform live at many major music festivals, like The Forecastle Festival at Waterfront Park in Louisville, Ky., RBC Bluesfest at LeBreton Flats in Ottowa, Ontario, Canada, Mamby on the Beach at Oakwood Beach in Chicago, Ill., Pinkpop Festival at Megaland in Landgraaf, The Netherlands, Sydney City Limits at Centennial Parklands in Sydney, Australia, and BottleRock Music Festival at Napa Valley Exposition in Napa, Calif.
Who are Oh Wonder's influences?
When you attend an Oh Wonder performance, you're likely to notice some of the band's musical influences in its sound and performance, such as Joni Mitchell, Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, The Stranglers, Feist, Radiohead, James Taylor, Bjork, Labi Siffre and Corinne Bailey Rae.
What artists are similar to Oh Wonder?
You'll likely enjoy an Oh Wonder show if you already enjoy similar artists like Seafret, Jaymes Young, Zella Day, Broods, Vallis Alps, Vérité, MisterWives, Wet, Bishop Briggs or MS MR.Back to Top