It's been five years since Peter Bjorn And John have wowed the world with their musical talents. During a fruitful period of disappearance, the trio have built their own studio, started a record label, and toiled to perfect a formula for effortless sounding pop music that (spoiler alert!) has taken them a huge amount of effort. Something else happened, too. The rise of Swedes in music scenes around the globe gained huge traction. From Avicii and Swedish House Mafia to Lykke Li and Robyn, the flag for Scandinavian genius flew. But one (or – more accurately – three) names were missing: those of Peter Moren, Bjorn Yttling and John Eriksson.
The gang of childhood friends who once bonded over a love of '60s baroque pop and Stone Roses famously broke the mould an entire decade ago with one of the catchiest songs to feature whistling ever – 'Young Folks'. But as bassist and production whizz Bjorn says, 'Young Folks' was not a curse upon a career that is on the verge of entering its seventh era with forthcoming album 'Breakin’ Point'. “Seven albums seems like an awful lot,” reflects Bjorn. “But we put them out during a long period so it's OK!”
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