Their debut album Encounter (Universal Records), was nominated in the first round of voting for a US Grammy Award in two categories; "Best New Artist" and "Best Pop Vocal Album.”
Rolling Stone described the record as a collection of "...dance-pop ballads from elfin dreamers...Encounter glides by like Lady Gaga on a unicorn. Sunde gives synth-diva histrionics a mystical spritz, singing about dragons and black magic over skittering electro beats."
Mobo said, "The emerald duo's debut is an audio fairytale that confiscates all grips on reality and leaves one hopelessly daydreaming."
Their sophomore album Connection garnered rave reviews from countless media outlets. While Amoeba Music compared Connection to “The Cocteau Twins dancing with La Roux,” PolicyMic described it as "A triumph that will sit nicely in any music collection, an album to listen to again and again, enjoy and never forget."