For their latest clip though, they’ve headed to the iconic Abbey Road to record a bare-bones version of the album’s title track. While the lead single from their second record is a shimmering beast that signalled a bold new direction for Josephine and Anthony, this new version sees the pair stripping it all down to just piano and voice.
The result is pretty gorgeous. The pair are in perfect harmony – in more ways than one – with the minimalist approach bringing out the more sensitive, reflective side of the track.
Watch the video for the piano session of ‘Ultralife’ below. Read what Oh Wonder have been getting up to in the studio here.
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