Swedish indie pop act Simian Ghost initially began as the single recording task of singer/songwriter Sebastian Arnström. His 2011 debut, Infinite Visitors Everywhere, was a variety of fragmented post-rock and dreamy chillwave that quickly became a crucial preferred in his indigenous land. He implemented up with the seven-song EP Lovelorn that same calendar year before growing the group to add associates Erik Klinga and Mathias Zachrisson. Functioning being a trio, the music group wrote and documented their second LP, Youngsters, in 2012, which once again fared well critically across European countries, leading to many U.K. live schedules and periods for the BBC. The music group continued release a new music, like the 2012 EP Fall Slowmo and a smattering of singles. Before the 2014 LP The Veil, Arnström once again extended the lineup to add part-time vocalist Maja Agnevik and full-time bassist Wilhelm Magnusson. That same calendar year their second LP, Youngsters, was reissued with five extra monitors by American label Crimson Eye Transit. Using a recently acquired Sony/BMG submitting deal set up, Simian Ghost started focus on their 4th LP.