Lost Time Traveler — Oh Well

Ryan Oswald also known as “Oh Well” just dropped his newest single “Lost Time Traveler” on July 3rd 2020. “Lost Time Traveler” is an epic journey of a time traveler looking to go back to simpler times told through a smooth voice and electronica background. His alternative style of music will certainly turn heads and peak interest in the stories that he creates through his music. “Lost Time Traveler” comes after his successful EP album “Insomnia” with his most popular song “Blindfolds Off” which had over 38,000 streams. “Oh Well” the Chicago, Illinois based musician is known to be Anti-Pop and Experimental Indie Pop which you can certainly feel his musical art.

Lost Time Traveler -- Oh Well

“Oh Well” has been growing a good sized fan base as well with over 7000 monthly listeners, over 300 followers on Spotify, and over 2,000 followers on Instagram. None of this is any simple task in this new age genre of electronica anti-pop indie pop especially in years like 2020. “Oh Well” is also getting plenty of plays as well with most of his songs on Spotify having over 10,000 plays.

“Oh Well” can be found on all major platforms including Spotify and YouTube. Also make sure to follow “Oh Well” on social media to stay tuned with this up and coming artist’s latest musical releases, music videos, his photography, and to see some of his new age art on Instagram.

We here at Hip-Hop 808 wish this talented artist the best of luck in all of his future endeavors and we hope you will as well.

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