11 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Brother and sister Tyler and Maggie Heath grew up playing music together, and their debut as The Oh Hellos has the loose-limbed, ecstatic energy of two (prodigiously talented) kids goofing around. Yes, the songs here are peppered with dark, occasionally ominous imagery (“The Truth Is a Cave” and “In Memoriam”). But when you hear the rollicking guitars and heavenly “oh-oh-ohs” of “Second Child, Restless Child” or the ebullient choral flourishes of “The Valley,” it’s impossible not to get swept up in the Heaths’ unbridled joy.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Brother and sister Tyler and Maggie Heath grew up playing music together, and their debut as The Oh Hellos has the loose-limbed, ecstatic energy of two (prodigiously talented) kids goofing around. Yes, the songs here are peppered with dark, occasionally ominous imagery (“The Truth Is a Cave” and “In Memoriam”). But when you hear the rollicking guitars and heavenly “oh-oh-ohs” of “Second Child, Restless Child” or the ebullient choral flourishes of “The Valley,” it’s impossible not to get swept up in the Heaths’ unbridled joy.

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