Having already staked a declare in the mid-2000s as you of Sweden’s most prolific and talented indie pop music artists from his amount of time in the folk-pop group Laurel Music and fronting the happy-go-lucky collective Irene, Tobias Isaksson came back in 2011 using the single task Azure Blue. Merging the easy synth pop from the ’80s using the elegance of Bryan Ferry’s single work as well as the lyrical vision for fine detail of Robert Forster and Give McLennan (from the Go-Betweens), Azure Blue’s debut recording, Guideline of Thirds, premiered in past due 2001 around the Hybris label in Sweden and Matinée in the U.S. The record captured on with reviewers and followers alike, resulting in a Swedish Indie Grammy Honor for Best Recording. He came back two years later on using the even more processed Beyond the Dreams There’s Infinite Question, using the same two brands, plus Fika in the U.K., footing the expenses. The recording was a crucial achievement and was nominated for any 2013 Gaffa Honor for Greatest Swedish Recording, while Isaksson was also nominated for Greatest Swedish Solo Musician. His following move was to accomplish some remixes, while also beginning another task, Nite Plane tickets. Delving into some significant space disco, he released two EPs (Nite Plane tickets and Solar) in 2014. Later that season he opened up a recording studio room, shaped a disco duo with Peter Bjorn and John’s Peter Morén known as FITNESS TRAINERS, and returned to producing Azure Blue information. The initial was the Every Finishing Tale EP, which surfaced in-may of 2015, then your third Azure Blue record implemented. Released by Hybris and Fika, Under the Hill I Smell the ocean served as the ultimate entry in a well planned trilogy and presented seven visitor vocalists, including Amanda Mair, the Caesars’ César Vidal, and Per Magnusson of Sportsman.