Mark "Lovestick" Falgren on drums, Morten "Rissi" Ristorp on keys, and Magnus "Magnum" Larsson on bass -- have crafted a combination of funky pop and R&B stylings, which made them popular in their home country of Denmark. With his soulful delivery and honest lyrics, Graham recounted tales of family strife, poor decisions, and the celebration of life, all inextricably entwined with his years spent in Christiania. The young Graham's musical influences ranged from classical -- gained during his childhood experiences with the Copenhagen Boys' Choir -- to the Beatles and the Stones, as well as the Prodigy and Dr. Dre, whose Chronic 2001 was one of the most influential albums for him. Despite a less-privileged childhood, his parents were strong role models and much of their love was reflected in heartfelt songs like "Mama Said" and "Moving Alone."
Lukas Graham issued the soulful single "Love Someone," which landed on the group's aptly titled third set, 3. Produced by Rissi and Pilo, the "Purple Album" found the group processing its post-breakthrough fame with tracks that mirrored the sounds of Keane, the Script, Ed Sheeran, and Maroon 5.