Swedish provinces in the late seventies offered limited options for the young and restless.
In and around small town Bollnäs, most teenagers were content just drinking and driving tractors, or playing the odd winter sport bandy. Or just hanging around waiting for something like computer games, cell phones and MTV to happen. Others felt they had no choice but to play the new rock´n´roll-music at high speed. And to start a band with a silly name. This oddball bunch of childhood friends called themselves Traste & Superstararna (Trush & the Superstarlings.) Nobody understood why.