WHEN MUSIC SPARKS A MOVEMENT
Sometimes, music can spark a movement. That’s exactly what happened in Sweden when Felix Sandman, Oscar Enestad and Omar Rudberg., better known as FO&O, first emerged in 2013. With their new self-titled album FO&O in heavy rotation and standout single ‘Gotta Thing About You’ still resonating across the Nordics, the act remains a young and fresh faced powerhouse in Swedish pop music.
Garnering a loyal fan base from their early days as street performers, the act’s ability to grow an army of loyal ‘Fooers’ was matched by a hands on approach to engagement and performance, earning them a Swedish Grammy Award for Innovator of the Year.
Their first gig ever was opening act for Justin Bieber at the world’s largest spherical dome with 13,000-capacity – Their live debut was no small one either – a casual opening slot for Justin Bieber at Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm for 13,000 was the first taste of the big stage for this young and hungry act. Just two years later, they headlined their own sol-out concert at the same venue, spotlighting the sensational growth in popularity for the act and their high energy performances.
From sold out tours, A-list support slots, three EMAs for ‘Best Swedish Act’ and a coalition signing between Artist House Stockholm/TEN Music Group and their US label RED/Sony Music, the year ahead spells an exciting run of new material, diversification and their signature high octane performance values.
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