In her even more meditative moments, the folky Swedish singer/songwriter Anna Ternheim appears to conjure up the darkness of fellow Swede Sophie Zelmani; at various other situations, her poignant, immediate, piano-driven music nod to performers like Coldplay and, to a certain degree, Dido. It had been probably because of this well-read audio, not forgetting the actual fact that she documented her music in British, that Ternheim continued to earn vital acclaim on a global scale following discharge of her sophomore LP. Ternheim’s initial recordings, several EPs released on Just Records, surfaced in 2003. She wasn’t destined to languish in obscurity for lengthy, though. Ternheim was found by Stockholm Information immediately after that, as well as the label continued release a what would end up being Ternheim’s breakthrough record, Somebody Outside, the next year. Somebody Outdoors went on to become nominated for many Swedish Grammy honours, including Greatest Newcomer, which Ternheim gained. She agreed upon a cope with Universal immediately after that, and her sophomore record, Separation Road, premiered in 2006.