Norwegian songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Alexander Von Mehren was created in 1984 and was raised studying traditional piano. By his teenage years he had been writing music and learning how exactly to play various equipment. While enrolled on the School of Bergen within a second-language linguistics plan, Von Mehren started focus on what would ultimately become his debut record, Aéropop. While some music for the record had been written as soon as 2001 (when he was still simply 16), the elaborate and meticulous documenting process extended from 2005 to 2012 and would consist of contributions from associates of Orwell, Jaga Jazzist, as well as the Great Llamas. While focusing on his record of airy orchestrated pop extremely motivated by ’60s and ’70s collection music, Von Mehren would also donate to agreements and recordings for peers and close friends such as for example Chris Joss, Teen Dreams, and Sondre Lerche. Aéropop finally noticed international discharge in 2013. After a active year that noticed him making O. Martin’s Silence Fiction and playing on Sondre Lerche’s Make sure you record, von Mehren’s following discharge was Aéropop Revisited, an EP of remixes of music from the record by famous brands Orwell and associates of Stereolab.