Oh Land to Play Hollywood Forever w/ The Mynabirds on May 30

Oh Land 
to Play Hollywood Forever
w/ The Mynabirds on May 30

“…a delicate, melancholy ode to wisdom and age…” – NPR

“Strobed, sweaty, vigorous…join her in the jam.” - FADER

“…a jubilant celebration of resilience, peppered with bells, reedy synths and repeated 'high up' choruses.” – Rolling Stone

“…shows her musical evolution and maturation into an innovative vocalist.” – NYLON

“…irresistibly catchy…” – Paste

Nanna Øland Fabricus, known to fans around the world as Oh Land, came into the music scene in 2008 under less than conventional circumstances. When ten years of training and a budding career in ballet was abruptly ended by injury, a life in music began.

At the age of 22, Fabricus wrote and produced her first album Fauna, which was released to much critical acclaim. Having recorded most of the album by herself in her bedroom, Fabricus discovered an early knack for production. She has since released four studio albums and collaborated with renowned producers Dave Sitek, Dave McCracken and Dan Carey, amongst others. As a songwriter she has worked with Sia, John Legend and Pharrell, to name a few.

Fabricus has spent the better part of the past five years touring the world in support of her albums, headlining tours, intermixed with supporting dates for such acts as Katy Perry and Sia. These albums have paved the way for a growing discography of hits, with “Sun of a Gun”, “White Nights”, fan favorite “Wolf & I”, “Renaissance Girls” and “Head Up High.”.

Fabricus has also established herself as a classical composer, playing with Lang Lang and Joshua Bell at Carnegie Hall, orchestrating whole concerts for the symphony orchestra in her native country of Denmark, and writing other scores for film, TV and theater. Her most recent was scoring a 40-minute ballet for the Danish theatre in Copenhagen in 2016, a collaboration with the Queen of Denmark. The music from this ballet has been released an album, Askepot, and is available worldwide (Listen on Spotify HERE).

Fabricus is currently writing her next international release that will follow the just-released video for “Love You Better”, directed by filmmaker Kristian Levring. Watch the stunning video HERE.