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Last night I found myself back again to the intimate setting of Williamsburg's Sound Fix Records to see to the Danish quintet, Oh No Ono, whose latest effort Eggs came out the same day. After a slight delay on the account of some AA batteries, the five-piece began playing their opening song "Eleanor Speaks", which is also the opening song to Eggs. The band was very soft-spoken, but the bassist Nis Svoldgaard did mention that this was their first time playing in New York; in fact, it was their first time playing in the States altogether. The band went on to play "Internet Warrior", the popular track "Swim" and their latest hit "Helplessly Young"; all of which can be found on Eggs. Their sound was quite good for being 'stripped' down, i.e. most notably the absence of real drums, and vocalist Malthe Fischer's voice almost floated away since it was so light. Another great show put on by the great people at Sound Fix Records. Oh No Ono will be performing at Mercury Lounge tonight and at Brooklyn's Union Hall tomorrow. Videos of the set are below: