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Album Review

Austin-based Oh No! Oh My! make acoustic-driven rock that is equal parts power and Americana pop on the band's 2011 sophomore full-length album, People Problems. Featuring the singing/songwriting talents of vocalist Greg Barkley, Oh No! Oh My! have moved from being a sweetly lo-fi ensemble to a more polished if somewhat baroque entity that favors long-form pop epics that build to grand, uplifting climaxes. In that sense, tracks such as catchy leadoff track "Walking into Me" and "You Were Right" bring to mind something along the lines of the alt-folk group Mumford & Sons if they were influenced at all by the driving '70s rock of Cheap Trick. Elsewhere, the light pop midtempo anthem "So I Took You" and the ballad "Should Not Have Come to This" recall the best of emo-pop stalwarts Dashboard Confessional colored by a bit of '60s sunshine pop harmony.

Customer Reviews

The Best Oh NO Oh My release

Again Again is amazing. If you have been waiting for their new release, it was well worth the wait. Great Job guys. Huge surprise!

An Amazing Accomplishment

This album is AMAZING. They have truly grown since their previous albums. This song has been out for 3 days, and I've listened to this album 20 times. Not exaggerating. There Will Be Bones was a HUGE surprise to me. It's organized dynamically so well. Great chords, great arrangement, great vocals, great lyrics. Everything about it is amazing. And that really goes for every song on the album. As a songwriter myself, I am truly inspired by this album. It's UN. REAL. I'm sorry that I can hardly explain my love for this album in words. You'll really just have to listen for yourself. All I can say is, it's an unbelievably pleasant surprise (and I mean, I loved the band from their first album, but this is just unbelievable. I am addicted to this album), and they've definitely grown as songwriters and performers. I promise you, it's worth it. An easy 5 stars. I'd give more if it was possible.


This album is a big disappointment after previous releases, especially the Dmitrij Dmitrij EP that showed them going in a grander direction. This album is flavorless and has that deja entendu feeling about it. Not something I'd pick up if I'd never heard the band before, and even though I have I regret giving this one a shot.


Formed: 2005 in Austin, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Austin, TX, twee pop trio Oh No! Oh My! are not quite as precious as their faux-naïve name suggests, but they do come close, favoring a blend of acoustic guitars and vintage keyboards that recalls Belle & Sebastian, Of Montreal, and all those '80s U.K. bands inspired by Young Marble Giants. Singers and songwriters Greg Barkley and Daniel Hoxmeier (who between them also play guitar, bass, banjo, various keyboards, and percussion) and drummer Joel Calvin first formed in their hometown of Austin, TX,...
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