Easter's first album, Ur a Great Babe (2011), was created while Omar still resided in her native Norway, taking frequent trips to Berlin to collaborate with Boss. In contrast, the duo birthed its followup, The Softest Hard (2012) in close quarters, completing the record in an intense one-month process, evolving their previous no-wave leanings into something more sterile and contemporary. New Cuisine, Pt. 1 (2014) & New Cuisine, Pt. 2 (2016) revealed further development, comparatively dense with layers and textures. Beige Eyes - The Mixtape (2015) is a detour into Easter’s existential dreamworld of influences.
Aside from their studio work, Easter have taken to stages throughout Europe, going overseas for the first time in 2014 to tour North and South America. Their stoic performance has been likened more to a flesh-and-blood sound installation rather than a typical band show, embodying the unconventional yet engaging Easter ethos.