Double-act OH Wonder have proven an accidental sensation, following the chance union of classically-trained pianist and violinist Josephine Vander Gucht with Anthony West, a producer and former rocker. They never planned for such popularity, but sold over 83,000 tickets to their shows around the world despite never intending to perform live, and have now signed to a major label after self-releasing their first album. So what made this change happen? The fans demanded it after tracks including ‘Drive’ and ‘All We Do’ became staples on both TV and radio. ‘Ultralife’ is OH Wonder’s second album proper - and their first release since 2015 - it was composed, produced and mixed by Josephine and Anthony themselves and is exposed, ethereal, emotional and hypnotic.