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oh!no?ok. ‘Wheel of Fortune’ : “We spent a lot of money trying to make this sound like we didn’t spend a lot of money.”

Oh No Ok

“We spent a lot of money trying to make this sound like we didn’t spend a lot of money.”

‘Wheel of Fortune’ is meant to keep you on your toes. The whole scene represents a distorted reality, a game show gone wrong or the dark side of a casino.

“The intro invokes the image of a light hearted game show, but with fast fortune, there’s more at risk than meets the eye. We wanted to write a song about someone who’s so blinded by their chance at fortune, they’ll put everything at risk. Maybe they win the grand prize from a lucky spin but at what cost? Whether it’s a roll of the dice, a flip of the coin, or a spin of the wheel, what’s a man’s real intent when he conspires with lady luck?”

oh!no?ok. is made up of Ryan Osborn, Cole Miller, Jackson Ludlow, and local guitarist Nick Storey. They make noise that is entertaining and fabulous fun at parties. The band’s purity and honesty of lyrical management makes them stand out from the get go. They make your dancing shoes appear and jiggle with their hum of fascinating rock vibes and attitudes.

‘Wheel of Fortune’ is exactly what you’d expect from this lavishly plush diy-garage outfit of fab talents.

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