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Since coming together as a band in 2011, Texas-based siblings Tyler and Maggie Health have released two EPs and a like number of full-length albums as The Oh Hellos, all the while becoming renowned for their brand of indie folk rock and energetic, almost carnivalesque live performances.
The Oh Hellos notably performed at the Newport Folk Festival in 2015, and have also appeared on NPR. Their music was also used in an episode of the NBC hit show Parenthood - another signal of The Oh Hellos' growing exposure and popularity. Fans with The Oh Hellos tickets can expect an intimate musical event, as if they'd been let in on a delightful secret.
The Oh Hellos' background
Tyler and Maggie Heath were raised in a musical family in Southern Texas, where they still maintain a home base. Tyler performed as a solo artist from 2007, releasing several albums (Let It Go, A Christmas Album and We're All In This Together) before joining with his sister in 2011 to form The Oh Hellos. Citing influences ranging from Sufjan Stevens and Fleet Foxes to traditional Middle Eastern music, the twosome honed a buoyantly anthemic and delicately haunting sound.
The Oh Hellos recorded their self-titled debut EP in 2011, following it with the full-length Through the Deep, Dark Valley in 2012. The album was entirely written, recorded, produced, mixed and mastered by the duo.
In 2015, The Oh Hellos released their second full-length album, Dear Wormwood. It's considered a concept album inspired by C.S. Lewis' 1942 novel The Screwtape Letter and Patrick Rothfuss' contemporary fantasy novel The Name of the Wind. Together.
Their popular songs include "The Lament of Eustace Scrubb," "I Was Wrong," "Dear Wormwood," "The Truth Is a Cave" and "Bitter Water."
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