Highasakite make pop music, but an adventurous brand of indie pop full of contrasts. Once you hear Highasakite you’ll wonder how you ever got by without them; theirs is an endless sound oscillating between density and spaciousness. Their debut album “Silent Treatment” is filled with radical texture and startling immediacy, and Ingrid Helene Håvik’s idiosyncratic vocals perfectly join the albums eccentricity and accessibility. Highasakite came into being at the Trondheim Jazz Conservatory, where singer and songwriter Håvik met drummer Trond Bersu and began to write, record and perform together. With the addition of Øystein Skar and Marte Eberson on synthesizers and Kristoffer Lo on guitar, flugabone and percussion, Highasakite have gone on to become one of the most enthralling indie pop outfits on the planet.