Homeland was the electric outlet for the single materials of Nicke Borg, frontman of Swedish sleaze rockers Back garden Babies. Following the Babies continued indefinite hiatus in ’09 2009, Borg, who acquired lived the rock and roll & roll life style fully for twenty years, decided to tidy up his action. The exemplory case of Public Distortion’s Mike Ness, who give up drugs and continued to record a single record which paid homage to his nation music influences, motivated Borg to accomplish the same. Released this year 2010, the resultant EP, Section 1, was a mainly acoustic effort intensely inspired by famous brands Johnny Money and Steve Earle, and opened up Borg up to whole new market. At exactly the same time he released a parallel profession being a pop songwriter, as well as the publicity when his monitor “Leaving House” reached the 2011 finals of Television song competition Melodifestivalen, and became an enormous hit, resulted in his cooperation with several other authors for his initial full-length album, Section 2, in 2011. Onto it, he continuing to explore the acoustic audio, with detours into related designs such as nation rock and roll and cowpunk. After 2 yrs of touring and composing, Borg came back in 2013 using the solitary “Producing Out with Chaos,” an ultra-catchy, melodic hard rock and roll number that got something from the feel from the older Backyard Babies materials. The next full-length Homeland recording Ruins of the Riot, which continuing in quite similar vein, followed later on that year.