Seen as a frontman Malthe Fischer’s piercing falsetto, explosive hairdos (something similar to a cross between your Strokes and Yahoo Serious), and a magpie-like penchant for everything shiny (slick synthesizer bursts, glossy production prices, and a variety of computerized samples), Oh Zero Ono garnered a significant following within their native Denmark following a launch of their 2005 debut EP, Right now YOU UNDERSTAND Oh Zero Ono. The music group produced in Aalborg, Denmark, using the lineup originally comprising Fischer, drummer Kristoffer Rom, guitarist Aske Zidore, and keyboardist Kristian Olsen. The music group was launched in to the limelight following its debut EP was awarded the Rock and roll Nord Prisen (North Rock and roll Award). They brought bassist Nils Svoldgard in to the flip, and released their debut full-length record, Yes, in the summertime of 2006. 2 yrs later, pursuing Olsen’s amicable divide with the music group as well as the addition of Nicolai Koch towards the lineup, Oh No Ono surely got to focus on their sophomore record, Eggs; the bandmembers documented the record in several locations (including a small number of churches, an left behind factory, and different outdoor places), and created the recording themselves. The producing long-player, released via Leaf Recordings and Friendly Open fire, hit stores this year 2010.