Norwegian pop group Harrys Gym shaped in 2006 in the town of Bergen. The music group consisted of vocalist/guitarist Anne Lise Frøkedal, keyboardist Erlend Ringseth, bassist Ole Myrvold, and drummer Bjarne Stensli, most of whom acquired previously played jointly in the music group Dharma. Called after an discontinued fitness center situated in the same building as their rehearsal space, the music group incorporated components of dream-pop, electronica, and even more organic indie pop designs into their audio, identifying using the darkness of their country’s lengthy winters and what Frøkedal known as “Nordic melancholia.” Their wintry shades were blended with a hopefulness aswell, which found in Frøkedal’s obvious voice and solid, melodic songwriting. They released their self-titled debut in Oct 2008 and these were quickly authorized to Universal Information Norway. Dealing with English producer Wayne Rutledge, they produced their debut for Common with 2011’s THAT WHICH WAS Ours CAN NOT BE Yours, which would end up being the band’s last album. Frøkedal continued to become listed on Oslo-based music group I HAD BEEN a Ruler in 2012, and Harrys Fitness center announced their eventual separation in January 2013.