Oh Wonder Ultralife World Tour in Shanghai 2018Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West make up London-based Britpop duo Oh Wonder, coming to Shanghai's Bandai Namco on March 6 as part of their Ultralife World Tour. The self-made pair of alt-pop stars have become international hits since the release of their debut album in September, 2015. The album, simply named Oh Wonder, was the result of a year's work writing, recording and releasing one song a month. Entirely D.I.Y., this year of build-up gave them a chance to play sold-out shows in London, Paris, New York and Los Angeles one week after the record dropped, going on to tour worldwide for the rest of the year. July 2017 saw their second (some say first "proper" album) release. The sound is energetic, beat-driven, bright, joyous, celebratory and guaranteed to improve your week.
Oh Wonder Ultralife World Tour in Shanghai 2018
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