In 2021, the Mobile Homes released Trigger, the legendary Swedish electronic group's first album in 11 years. For 2022, they are releasing a brilliant remixed version of the album.
The Mobile Homes, who have been compared to Depeche Mode, formed in Sweden in 1984, and have since taken on various forms. The band now consists of founders and brothers, Andreas Brun and Patrik Brun, and Hans Erkendal along with Sami Sirviö and Markus Mustonen (Kent).
On their new remix project, trigger-HAPPY, two of the tracks have been remixed by two of the biggest producers/DJs on the scene, the mighty Pete Gleadall on "Once Upon A Time I Was Handsome," and mastermind, Albin Myers on "The Sorrow Stays For Good." Throughout his career, Pete Gleadall has worked with the likes of Pet Shop Boys, George Michael, David Bowie, Robbie Williams, Madonna, U2, Kylie and Take That, while Albin Myers is known for his remixes and works with artists like Avicii, Foo Fighters, David Guetta, and ODZ, and for his own music, which has millions of streams worldwide.