Frequent visitors of YouTube will definitely recognize these guys, especially when the site’s algorithm featured their very first single and music video “Everytime” on its "Recommended" tab. The video almost garnered an instant following and immediately became viral, chalking up about 10.5 million views, and projecting its young star, Boy Pablo, front and center.
The indie pop-rock group, led by Norway-based 19-year-old Pablo Muñoz, is fairly new to the spotlight, but they have more than just this one-hit video under their belts. Soon after, Muñoz dropped his first EP, Roy Pablo, which contained six chillax tracks that captures the feeling of millennial bittersweetness mixed with engrossing bedroom bites, marked by lo-fi production, upfront and honest lyrics, swimmy choruses, and catchy ringing guitar riffs.
Here are just some of their mellow jams, accompanied by the band’s typical animated approach to melodrama with their signature hypnotizing synths:
Although Muñoz records and produces his music mostly on his own, his live and music video band includes former schoolmates Gabriel (guitar), Henrik (bass), Sigmund (drums), and Eric (keyboards).
You can stream more of their music on Spotify and iTunes.