Founded by former Beagle frontman Magnus Börjeson, Favorita was a short-lived Swedish alternative pop/rock and roll group in the late ’90s. While he was the frontman of Beagle, Börjeson experienced limited achievement using the albums Audio on Audio (1992) and Within (1993), which hardly ever sold very much, but are critically well-regarded. Börjeson founded Favorita in 1994 after departing Beagle, as well as the music group made its documenting debut using the one “Seven Conveniences” in 1996. That same calendar year, Favorita was chosen to open up for Brit-pop superstars Pulp on the Swedish tour. Planned for discharge in 2007, Favorita’s full-length record debut was completed but however shelved with the label. Annoyed by the unissued record experience, Börjeson still left Favorita behind and started doing soundtrack function rather. In 2007, a decade after it had been shelved, the eponymous record Favorita premiered on Popsicle Information with a couple of bonus material.