Norwegian indie rock-band Highasakite shaped when vocalist Ingrid Håvik met drummer Trond Bersu while learning jazz on the Trondheim Jazz Conservatory. Beginning being a duo, they shortly recruited manufacturer Thomas Dahl to greatly help from bass and electric guitar, while also adding Øystein Skar to try out synthesizer. Once bonded jointly, they spent half a year focusing on their debut record. ALL OF THAT Floats Will Rainfall premiered in early 2012 by Riot Manufacturing plant Information in Norway, as well as the firmly wound, dramatic design of indie rock and roll on display discovered favour with critics. Following the album’s launch the band started to play concert events, adding Marte Eberson on synthesizer and Kristoffer Lo on acoustic guitar, percussion, flugabone, and tuba to complete the audio. The band performed many prestigious celebrations during 2012, including Øya in Norway and Iceland Airwaves. While focusing on a follow-up recording, the band considered the U.S. marketplace in early 2013 using the launch from the In and Out of Weeks EP (which includes the 1st five tunes from EVERYTHING Floats Will Rainfall) on Propeller Information. They came into the studio room with Norwegian maker Kåre Christoffer Vestrheim (Ida Jenshus, Katzenjammer) and documented their debut full-length, Silent Treatment, which found its way to 2014. The recording was a significant achievement in Norway, achieving number one in the pop graphs and gaining Highasakite a Spellemannprisen (the Norwegian exact carbon copy of a Grammy Prize) for Pop Band of the entire year. Their follow-up, the greater politically minded Camp Echo, found its way to the springtime of 2016.