Oh Land discography

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Danish singer Oh Land has released five studio albums, three extended plays (EPs), 26 singles (including three as a featured artist), seven promotional singles, and 15 music videos. When signed to Fake Diamond Records, Oh Land released her debut album, Fauna, in November 2008. Following a performance at the 2009 SXSW event, she met a representative from Epic Records and signed with the label.[1] She released her major-label debut single "Sun of a Gun" in October 2010, which charted in five countries and served as the lead single to her 2011 self-titled studio album. Oh Land peaked at number five in Denmark and also entered the Billboard 200 in the United States. It would go on to be certified Platinum for selling over 20,000 copies in the former country. The album spawned four additional singles, including "Wolf & I", "Voodoo", "White Nights", and "Speak Out Now"; the latter two songs both charted within the top twenty in Oh Land's native Denmark and were also certified Gold by IFPI Denmark.

Oh Land discography
The singer is performing into a microphone while wearing a kimono and glitter is spread across her face.
Oh Land performing live in Los Angeles in 2011
Studio albums5
Music videos17
EPs3
Singles26
Soundtrack albums2
Promotional singles7
Guest appearances24

In 2012, the singer was featured on Gym Class Heroes' song "Life Goes On", which entered the Tophit chart in Russia. She released her third studio album, Wish Bone, in 2013 with Tusk or Tooth Records and A:larm Music. It peaked at number four in Denmark and appeared on the Top Heatseekers component chart in the United States. "Renaissance Girls", "Pyromaniac", and "Cherry on Top" were available as singles and all three of them had accompanying music videos, in addition to promotional single "My Boxer". Her fourth studio album, Earth Sick (2014), features the singles "Head Up High" and "Nothing Is Over". Oh Land's first soundtrack album, Askepot, was distributed digitally in 2016 and accompanies a live opera retelling of Cinderella.[2] A music video was created for Wish Bone's "Love You Better" in 2016, prompting it to chart on the digital component chart in Denmark at number six. The singer announced that she planned to release her fifth studio album titled Family Tree on 3 May 2019.[3] It reached number 35 in Denmark and spawned four singles: "Human Error", "Brief Moment", "Kiss in Songs", and "Family Tree".

Studio albumsEdit

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
DEN
[4]
US
[5]
US
Alt.

[6]
US
Heat

[7]
US
Rock

[8]
Fauna
Oh Land
  • Released: 14 March 2011[10]
  • Label: Fake Diamond · Epic · A:larm Music
  • Format: CD · digital download · LP · streaming
5 184 24 5 43
Wish Bone
  • Released: 16 September 2013[12]
  • Label: Tusk or Tooth · A:larm Music
  • Format: CD · digital download · streaming
4 32
Earth Sick
  • Released: 11 November 2014[13]
  • Label: Tusk or Tooth
  • Format: CD · digital download · LP · streaming
Family Tree
  • Released: 3 May 2019[3]
  • Label: Tusk or Tooth · Universal Music
  • Format: CD · digital download · LP · streaming
35
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Extended playsEdit

Title EP details
Oh Land EP
  • Released: 19 October 2010[14]
  • Label: Epic
  • Format: CD · digital download
Live Sessions
Replanting Family Tree
  • Released: 18 September 2019[16]
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: Digital download · streaming

SoundtracksEdit

Title Soundtrack details
Askepot
  • Released: 4 November 2016[17]
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: Digital download · streaming
Watermusic
  • Released: 30 March 2018[18]
  • Label: Self-released
  • Format: Digital download · streaming

SinglesEdit

As lead artistEdit

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
DEN
[4]
AUT
[19]
BEL
(WA)

[20]
GER
[21]
US
Dance

[22]
"Audition Day"[23] 2008 Fauna
"Heavy Eyes"[24] 2009
"Sun of a Gun"[25] 2010 31 59 43 60 12 Oh Land
"Wolf & I"[26] 2011
"Voodoo"[27]
"White Nights"[28] 13
"Speak Out Now"[30] 4
"Renaissance Girls"[32] 2013 Wish Bone
"Pyromaniac"[33]
"Cherry on Top"[34] 2014
"Head Up High"[35] Earth Sick
"Nothing Is Over"[36]
"Slow"[37]
(with Turboweekend)
2015 Non-album singles
"Aabne Hjerter"[38]
(featuring Mattias Kolstrup, Wafande, and Joey Moe)
"Human Error"[39] 2019 Family Tree
"Brief Moment"[40]
"Kiss in Songs"[41]
"Family Tree"[42]
"Salt" (Arthur Moon remix)[43] Replanting Family Tree
"Wishes"[44] Non-album singles
"I Miss One Week Ago"[45] 2020
"Julefeber"[46] 19
"Listen a Little Less"[47] 2021 TBA
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

As featured artistEdit

List of featured singles, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Det Noget Tosser Gør"[48]
(Ormen & Alberte Har Besøg Af Blæs Bukki featuring Oh Land)
2009 Ormen & Alberte Har Besøg Af Blæs Bukki
"Love Lost City"[49]
(Peder featuring Oh Land)
2010 Dirt & Gold
"Rumskib"[50]
(Nikolaj Nørlund featuring Oh Land)
2020 Non-album single

Promotional singlesEdit

List of promotional singles with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
RUS
[51]
"We Turn It Up"[52] 2011 Oh Land
"Life Goes On"[53]
(Gym Class Heroes featuring Oh Land)
2012 208 The Papercut Chronicles II
"My Boxer"[54] 2013 Wish Bone
"Earth Sick"[55] 2014 Earth Sick
"Der Var et Yndigt Land"[56] 2018 Non-album promotional single
"Nær"[57] 2020 Toppen af Poppen 10
"Vilde Piger Vilde Drenge"[58]
(featuring Zeritu Kebede)
Non-album promotional single
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songsEdit

List of songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
DEN
Digital

[59]
"Love You Better" 2013 6 Wish Bone

Guest appearancesEdit

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Altmuligmanden"[60] 2010 12 Bud På CV
"Great Kills"[61]
(Kasper Bjørke featuring Oh Land)
Standing on Top of Utopia
"Bewildered in the City"[62]
(Kashmir featuring Oh Land)
Trespassers
"Mouthful of Wasps"[62]
(Kashmir featuring Oh Land)
"Pallas Athena"[62]
(Kashmir featuring Oh Land)
"Tingeltangeltingeltangel"[63]
(Maeckes featuring Oh Land)
Mash Up! 2
"La Fin"[64]
(Cours Lapin featuring Oh Land)
Cours Lapin
"Almost Touched"[65] 2011 The Flying Machine
"Twist"[66] Abduction (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
"Etude in E Major, Op. 10 No. 3 'Tristesse'"[67]
(Frédéric Chopin with Oh Land)
2012 The Chopin Tristesse EP
"Last of Our Kinds"[68]
(Yuksek featuring Oh Land)
2013 Partyfine Volume 1
"Right Here"[69]
(Tricky featuring Oh Land)
2014 Adrian Thaws
"Aicha"[70] 2015 Toppen af Poppen 2015
"Dans Din Idiot"[70]
"Der Står Et Træ"[70]
"Heiress of Valentina"[70]
"The Spell"[70]
"Ulvesangen"[70]
"Skjulte Øjne"[71]
(Sebastian featuring Oh Land)
De Bedste Sange
"I En Gade Gik Jeg Engang"[72]
(Lars Lilholt featuring Oh Land)
Amulet
"Still Life"[73]
(Peder featuring Oh Land)
2016 Come with Me
"I'm Not Going"[74]
(Tricky featuring Oh Land)
Skilled Mechanics
"Echo My Shout"[75]
(Mattias Kolstrup with lyrics co-written by Oh Land)
Norskov (Original Soundtrack of the TV Series)
"Fall Back"[76]
(Dúné featuring Oh Land)
2017 Delta
"Sig Mit Navn"[77]
(Lars Lilholt featuring Oh Land)
2018 Drømmefanger
"En Morgen I Amsterdam"[77]
(Lars Lilholt featuring Oh Land)
"Desert Island"[78] DALI CD Volume 5 - Thirty Five Years
"Running Off"[79]
(Tricky featuring Oh Land)
2020 Fall to Pieces
"I'm In The Doorway"[79]
(Tricky featuring Oh Land)
"Under"[80]
(Lonely Guest & Tricky featuring Oh Land)
2021 Lonely Guest

Music videosEdit

List of music videos, with directors, showing year released
Title Year Director(s)
"Heavy Eyes"[81] 2009 ArtPeople
"Sun of a Gun"[82] 2010 ThirtyTwo
"White Nights"[83] 2011 Canada
"Rainbow"[84] Eske Kath
"Speak Out Now"[85] 2012 Un­known
"My Boxer"[86] 2013
"Renaissance Girls"[87] Duncan Winecoff
"Pyromaniac"[86] Rasmus Weng Karlsen & Jasper Carlberg
"Cherry on Top"[34] 2014 Duncan Winecoff
"Head Up High"[88]
"Nothing Is Over"[36] Lauren Cohan
"Flags"[89] 2015 Oh Land
"Love You Better"[90] 2016 Kristian Levring
"Family Tree"[91] 2019 Helena Christensen
"Vilde Piger Vilde Drenge"[92] 2020 René Sascha Johannsen
"Julefeber"[93] Un­known
"Listen a Little Less"[94] 2021

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