Oh No





This proud, Chicago-based four piece has outdone themselves yet again with the highly anticipated release of their sophomore album, Oh No. The album's 13 tracks drip with moody synths, golden harmonies and cleverly phrased lyrics, making this follow-up a breakthrough in the band's already praised career. OK Go could be described as Queen meets the Cars meet Elvis Costello meets the Cure meets indie rock in the new millennium, or you might just get matter of fact and simply say in their own words "OK Go is all kinds of awesome." Although extensive tour dates have yet to be posted on the band's website, a date set in their home town on a Lollapalooza stage will surely be a major turning point for this most recent release. In the past, the band has been admired for their uncanny ability to release an entire album consisting of radio ready singles. Oh No is much the same way. Nearly every track has enough distinctive edge to feel angst ridden, while still providing melodies so freakin' catchy they have to be removed from your head with a scalpel.

OK Go
Capitol

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