Since the past due ’90s, Norwegian singer/songwriter Erlend Øye is a prolific force of nature, releasing numerous albums, EPs, and singles along with his two primary bands, the acoustic duo Kings of Convenience as well as the even more electronic-based the Whitest Boy Alive. Beyond these two tasks, he offers acted like a collaborator with several pop and digital acts, especially showing up as the vocalist on Röyksopp’s 2001 debut recording Melody A.M. A indigenous of Bergen, Norway, Øye relocated to London in 1998, playing acoustic guitar in a music group known as Peachfuzz. During trips house, he and previous senior high school bandmate Eirik Glambek Bøe would play jointly, eventually developing Kings of Comfort. Their noiseless introspective indie pop drew motivation from works like Simon & Garfunkel and Belle & Sebastian, culminating within their 2001 discovery debut album Calm May be the New Loud. After his cooperation with Röyksopp that same season, Øye developed a pastime in digital music and relocated to Berlin, immersing himself in various projects and vacationing the world out of this brand-new home bottom. In 2003, he released the extremely collaborative single album Unrest, that was documented in ten different metropolitan areas with ten different digital performers; he toured being a DJ, performing along live towards the monitors. 2004 noticed the come back of his relationship with Bøe, as Kings of Comfort released their critically acclaimed follow-up Riot on a clear Street. For this same period, Øye produced the Whitest Youngster Alive, a task which started as an electric, dance-oriented action but afterwards became centered on even more organic, live playing. This music group produced its debut on Øye’s recently formed Bubbles Information in 2006. In ’09 2009, both Kings of Comfort as well as the Whitest Boy Alive released brand-new albums. Over the next years, Øye became included as a manufacturer, making a set of information with Norwegian indie music group Kakkmaddafakka in 2011 and 2013. During this time period, he relocated towards the Sicilian city of Siracusa and released a fresh single single sung completely in Italian. Officially announcing the finish of his Whitest Boy Alive task in 2013, he shifted his concentrate squarely on his single work, planing a trip to Reykjavík to record his long-awaited second single recording with Icelandic reggae music group Hjálmar. The producing album, Legao, premiered in Oct 2014.