Hello Wonder, which consists of married couple, Erin and Jon Nowicki, is ready to bring something magical into the music world. Currently based in Chicago, this Indie Pop duo brings worldwide experience to the table and wants to share it with their listeners. Formed in 2016, Hello Wonder’s goal has been to inspire listeners to reach for the stars, set aside fear and to remember that everyone has a purpose. In 2017, their first EP, Daisy Chain, was released. The goal of this EP was to take listeners back to forgotten places, to give hope and to reignite imagination into their daily lives. Their new project, Tiny Songs, is a like a continuation of Daisy Chain while utilizing a unique musical vehicle. Each song is a minute or less which is unusual for a project, but purposeful. With this new musical concept,Hello Wonder aims to encourage listeners to truly listen to the music and lyrics and to submerge themselves into the experience more differently than ever before. Every month of 2021, a new “tiny song” will be released as well as other fun things to accompany each song. This provides listeners an opportunity to really get a feel for each song individually. Hello Wonder’s music is here to take listeners to new and old places, shed some magic into your life and maybe even stir some emotions that need to be awakened. And like they always say... Stay Magical ?
Music is one of the most important things in the world. You don't have to speak the same language to be touched, healed, inspired etc... Music helps remind us of our purpose, it gives us perspective and so much more.
To open for Tegan and Sara for an entire European tour.
We would start by changing the suicide rate of people in this world.
Tegan and Sara, Paramore, & Regina Spektor
We want to change this world for the better and that is what keeps the inspiration to make music going for us.
We want our listeners to be reminded that they have a purpose here. We also want to encourage them to chase after their dreams, no matter how old/young they are or how crazy the dreams are.
Filled with purpose and excitement.
We would love to see venues do more with promotion and to do more with booking bands as a opposed to bands having to do the majority of the work.
We love it!
The biggest thing that frustrates us is not getting enough money at shows and sales.
We make it a point to go to multiple shows each month to support other local musicians/bands.
We believe that being yourself and honest is what is going to ultimately get a band noticed.
Flatfoot 56, 6'10'', She Said Run