Since their foundation in 1998, múm have forged a sublimely bright, warm and rich take on electronica, imprinting it with their own unique sound and character. What sets the band apart from so many of their peers is both their strong, playfully haunted melodies, and sorcerous integration of analogue and digital technologies. Their first release, a split 10" with the girl-band Spúnk saw light in the summer of '98 and following a number of collaborative projects, the group's celebrated debut album "Yesterday Was Dramatic, Today Is OK" (reissued by Morr Music in October 2005) gained a wealth of glowing press and widespread praise. A remix project, "Please Smile My Noise Bleed", also released on the Morr Music label in November 2001. Their FatCat debut, "Finally We Are No-One", was released in May 2002 and followed by a plethora of tours taking the band many times around the world, dazzling the crowds by re-creating their recorded works with the main focus being on live instrumentation