Peter Bjorn and John
Peter Bjorn and John

Peter Bjorn and John

About Peter Bjorn and John

Since 1999, the prolific Swedish indie rockers Peter Bjorn and John have released almost 20 LPs and EPs as a group, crafted over a dozen solo albums, and produced myriad other artists.

∙ Peter Bjorn and John’s whistle-hooked breakout single, 2006’s “Young Folks,” was an international pop touchstone, appearing in a variety of commercials, TV shows, films, and video games.
Living Thing—their darker, electronic-inspired LP from 2009—was their first Top 10 album in the US, hitting No. 7 on Billboard’s Independent Albums chart.
∙ The trio collaborated with Drake on “Let’s Call It Off,” from the Canadian rapper’s 2009 mixtape So Far Gone.
∙ “Second Chance,” from their 2011 LP, Gimme Some, was chosen as the opening theme song for the Emmy-winning sitcom 2 Broke Girls.
∙ They took a highly collaborative approach for 2016’s modern pop LP Breakin’ Point, working with producers Greg Kurstin (Adela, Beck), Emile Haynie (Lana Del Rey, Kanye West), and others.
∙ Ahead of 2020’s Endless Dream, the band unveiled six prerelease singles via interconnected music videos that culminated into a larger, cohesive cinematic piece.

  • ORIGIN
    Stockholm, Sweden
  • FORMED
    1999

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