Called after Astrid Lindgren’s dream novel, The Brothers Lionheart, Marcus Førsgren (b. 11 Sept 1981, Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway; acoustic guitar/vocals) and Audun Storset (b. 18 March 1982, Molde, Møre Og Romsdal, Norway; body organ) shaped this Norwegian, body organ fuelled act in 1999, fusing upbeat psychedelic pop with components that recalled functions from the united kingdom shoegazing indie picture of the past due 80s. Even though Lionheart Brothers was quite definitely a duo in its formative years, drummer of preference until 2003 was Fred Strand (b. Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway) who eventually transfer to band management. As the Lionheart Brothers’ Trip and Slowdive -affected 2003 debut White colored Angel Dark Apple (combined with the 2004 EP Color Contrast Framework) is at vast majority documented by Førsgren and Storset, by enough time of the classes for his or her perky 2007 discovery record Dizzy Kiss, Frantz Andreassen (b. 11 Apr 1978, Drammen, Buskerud, Norway; bass), Peter Rudolfsen (b. 12 Dec 1983, Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway; drums) and Morten Øby (b. 20 Apr 1983, Drammen, Buskerud, Norway; acoustic guitar/vocals) had remaining a enduring imprint on the make of guitar-based pop. Co-produced by Christian Engfelt of fellow Norwegian garage area rockers Cato Salsa Encounter, this last mentioned record incorporated sunlight pop of middle-60s Beach Children and highlighted artwork that was produced from a painting within Storset’s uncle’s home. The pulsing, liquid and skilful bass playing of Andreassen, put into Storset’s cutting, vintage body organ sound on monitors such as for example ‘Hero Anthem’ and ‘Bring It Down’, recalled UK space rockers Spiritualized, as the one ‘50 Souls And A Disco Dish’ nodded towards the smart pop of fellow Scandinavians the Cardigans Dizzy Kiss was an completed record that excelled in its eclecticism.