The Oh Hellos

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The Oh Hellos
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The Oh Hellos, July 2014
Background information
Origin San Marcos, Texas, United States[1]
Genres Folk rock, indie folk
Years active 2011 (2011)-present
Labels Independent
Members Tyler Heath and Maggie Heath

The Oh Hellos are an American folk rock duo formed in 2011 in San Marcos, Texas, United States, consisting of siblings Tyler and Maggie Heath.[2] They remain an independent band, with six releases, The Oh Hellos, Through the Deep, Dark Valley, Dear Wormwood, Notos, and Eurus, as well as a Christmas EP, The Oh Hellos' Family Christmas Album..[3][4][5] Initially finding success on music promotion website Bandcamp, the duo's music has since been featured on NBC's Parenthood.[6] When playing live, Maggie and Tyler are often joined by a large ensemble of musicians as their backing band.[7]


Tyler Heath began writing and recording music in 2007, having released three albums by himself, Let It go, A Christmas Album, and We're All In This Together. In 2011, he was joined by Maggie Heath, his sister, to write a song together for their mother's birthday.[8] The positive experience of the project led the two to form The Oh Hellos, releasing their self-titled EP later that year.[9][10]


  • The Oh Hellos (2011)
  • Through the Deep, Dark Valley (2012)
  • The Oh Hellos' Family Christmas Album (2013)
  • Dear Wormwood (2015)[11]
  • Notos (2017)
  • Eurus (2018)


  1. ^ "Exposure: The Oh Hellos". The 405. Retrieved 18 July 2013. 
  2. ^ Yaselli, Blas. "[Folk] The Oh Hello's – Hello My Old Heart". The Music Ninja. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  3. ^ Seistrup, Andrew. "SAY HI TO THE OH HELLOS". The Wild Honey Pie. Retrieved 18 July 2013. 
  4. ^ Chan, Tristan. "The Oh Hellos". Porch Drinking. Retrieved 18 July 2013. 
  5. ^ Naramore, Leanne. "The Oh Hello's EP". The Kollection. Retrieved 18 July 2013. 
  6. ^ Schultz, Ben. "Hello My Old Heart – The Oh Hellos". Music Mondays. 
  7. ^ "NOTE BOOK • Consensus: MCR 7.24.13". 2013-07-25. Retrieved 2015-12-21. 
  8. ^ Dye, David. "Next: The Oh Hellos". NPR. Retrieved 22 June 2013. 
  9. ^ Doherty, Kelly. "The Alternative Tone: Interview: The Oh Hellos". Punk. Retrieved 5 July 2013. 
  10. ^ Fink, Hopey. "Album Review: The Oh Hellos, Through the Deep, Dark Valley". Georgetown Radio. Retrieved 18 July 2013. 
  11. ^ Presley, Katie. "Song Premiere: The Oh Hellos 'Bitter Water'", NPR, 20 August 2015. Retrieved on 20 August 2015.

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