A soul-pop music group from Sweden using a piano-heavy soft rock and roll audio, Fibes, Oh Fibes! spent many years honing their design on the unbiased music scene prior to making their major-label debut in ’09 2009 with the very best Ten hit record 1987. Founded in 2001 in Gothenburg, Sweden, the music group is made up of Christian Olsson (vocals, piano), Mathias Nilsson (electric guitar), Edvin Edvinson (bass), and Andreas Jensen (drummer). Olsson and Nilsson compose the band’s tunes in tandem. From a stylistic standpoint, Fibes, Oh Fibes! is definitely primarily influenced from the smooth rock and roll sound from the past due ’70s and early to mid-’80s (e.g., Fleetwood Mac pc, Phil Collins, Lionel Richie, Supertramp). They produced their saving debut in 2003 using the self-titled Fibes, Oh Fibes! four-track EP within the label Pluxemburg. In 2004 they released their full-length recording debut, Still New (2004), which spawned a few singles (“This City’s Got No Boulevards,” “1 HOUR Baby”). Their second full-length work, Emotional (2006), was a larger success, achieving the Best 30 from the Swedish albums graph. The album’s achievement was partly because of a directional change from the bandmembers, who started infusing the soul-pop design of their debut recording with details of disco and funk (e.g., Globe Wind & Open fire, Supertramp) as noticed within the singles “GET RIGHT UP” and “CAN NOT BE Therefore.” Upon putting your signature on a major-label documenting contract with Common Music, Fibes, Oh Fibes! broke in to the Top Ten making use of their third record, 1987 (2009), which spawned some strike singles (“Like Kid,” “Set you back You,” “Don’t End Me Today”). The record features duets with Swedish star Björn Skifs of Eurovision popularity and new influx icon Kim Wilde of “Children in the us” fame.