Earlier this year, folk rock duo The Oh Hellos released Eurus, a new studio album, via their self-titled label. Now that it’s much later in the year, Tyler and Maggie Heath are in a holiday mood, and they drop by 9:30 Club for a Christmas Extravaganza on Wednesday, Dec. 19!
Their influences range from Los Campesinos! and The Lumineers to Sufjan Stevens and The Middle East, bending and blending styles and genres into a unique mixture of eclectic folk rock.
Oh, and of course, The Oh Hellos released a Christmas album, The Oh Hellos’ Family Christmas Album, in 2013. Watch The Oh Hellos perform “Silent Night Holy Night” from said Christmas album at Paste Studios in New York City on Dec. 15, 2016, via YouTube:
In a review for The Hoya, Arden Fitzpatrick was positively aglow after catching The Oh Hellos in their last performance at 9:30 Club on Feb. 21, 2018.
“The lights above projected swirls on the stage, and the ground shook with the power of the instruments: a banjo, a violin, electric and acoustic guitars, and drums. After the first song, The Oh Hellos engaged the audience by encouraging audience members to high-five their neighbor and dance. These games warmed the audience up, and the crowd’s laughter signaled excitement for the night to come,” Arden wrote.
Sounds like a good crowd for celebrating Christmas! Buy your tickets online.