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|Genres||Alternative rock, easy listening, electronic music|
|Years active||Since 1994|
Inger Lise Størksen
Their first album, Glue, was released in 1996.
After several years of touring, studying music, and writing new songs, a second album, Sun, was released in 2000. That album earned the band a Best Group nomination in the Spellemannprisen awards, Norway's equivalent of the Grammy Awards.
Three more albums were released across the next five years, and the band won the Spellemannprisen award in the category Best Pop Album for the album Balloons and Champagne (2002) and Air (2003).[clarification needed]
- Christine Sandtorv – vocal, guitar, keyboards, songwriter
- Jannicke Larsen – vocal, guitar, keyboards, percussion, songwriter
- Inger Lise Størksen – vocal, percussion, chimes, songwriter
- The Alarm Music Prize (2003)
- Spellemannprisen nominations (Best Pop Album for Sun in 2001, Balloons and Champagne in 2003)[clarification needed]
- 1996: Glue
- 2000: Sun
- 2001: Balloons and Champagne
- 2003: Air
- 2005: Monolove
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- Bakke, Sven Ove (18 February 2003). "Ephemera – De blir bare bedre og bedre" [Ephemera – They Just Keep Getting Better and Better]. Dagbladet (in Norwegian). Retrieved 28 January 2013.
|Recipient of the Pop Band Spellemannprisen
The National Bank