Oh Pep!

Oh Pep premieres new single “Bushwick”

Australian pop duo Oh Pep! recently released the first single “Doctor Doctor” off their forthcoming record, Stadium Cake, which CBC Music called “immediately catchy” as part of their Songs You Need To Hear feature, noting that the track “hits you right in the chest.” Now they’ve revealed another track from the album, “Bushwick”, which Consequence Of Sound calls “pop at its most kinetic.” 

With three EPs under their belt since 2012, Oh Pep!’s debut LP, Stadium Cake, is a coming of age for the duo, who have been touring internationally since early 2015. The album will be released digitally, on CD and vinyl, June 24 on Dualtone / Dine Alone Records. Click here to pre-order. Oh Pep! will be on tour throughout the summer with Lake Street Dive, Basia Bulat, Lord Huron, and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, making a stop in Toronto on June 24 as well as performances at The Vancouver Folk Music Festival (July 15-17) and The Calgary Folk Music Festival (July 21-24).

Stadium Cake was recorded in Echo Lake, Nova Scotia in February and August of 2015 with producer, Daniel Ledwell. “It was such a joy to work with wunderkinds Oh Pep!,” says Ledwell. “When you have great songs and the creativity and talent to be innovative in the studio, it is hard not to have fun.” Oh Pep! claims Ledwell “introduced us to a lot of exciting new sounds. It was also the first time we’d multi-tracked and he made the process fun and easy. Working at Lake Echo was really inspiring.” 

Hally and Emmerichs formed Oh Pep! while at music secondary school in Melbourne, Australia. Now both aged 24, Oh Pep!’s has a big year ahead in 2016. It will see them tour Europe for the first time supporting Lake Street Dive, a headlining trek across North America and a triumphant return to their native Australia. 



May 12 – After Dark, Dartington Hall, Tontes, Devon, UK
May 13 – Ruby lounge, Manchester, UK
May 18 – The Greennote, London, UK
May 19-22 – The Great Escape, Brighton, UK
May 28 – Liverpool Sounds City, Liverpool, UK
May 29 – The Hug & Pint, Glasgow, Scotland
Jun  2-5 – Primavara, Barcelona, Spain
Jun 6 – Fillmore Theatre, Philadelphia, PA +
Jun 7 – Wolf Trap, Vienna, VA +
Jun 8 – Red Hat Amphitheatre, Raliegh, NC +
Jun 24 – The Drake, Toronto, ON
Jun 29 – Mercury Lounge, New York, NY
Jul 7 – Jammin Java, Vienna, VA
Jul 8 – World Cafe Live, Philadelphia, PA
Jul 9 – Green River Festival, Northampton, MA
Jul 11 – Schubas, Chicago, IL
Jul 12 – Cedar Cultural Centre, Minneapolis, MN
Jul 15 – 17 – Vancouver Folk Music Festival, Vancouver, BC
Jul 21 – 24 – Calgary Folk Music Festival, Calgary, AB
Jul 25 – Mississippi Studios, Portland, ORJul 27 – Ricksaw Stop, San Francisco, CA
Jul 28 – Bootleg Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
Jul 30 – Casbah, San Diego, CA
Aug 1 – Larimer Lounge, Denver, CO
Aug 3 – The Demo, St. Louis, MO
Aug 4 – High Watt, Nashville, TN
Aug 5 – Evening Muse, Charlotte, NC
Aug 6 – Cats Cradle, Carrboro, NC

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