Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Andrée Theander. Since February 25, 1996, on his tenth birthday he has dedicated himself to the art of guitar playing. On that day, he got his first electric guitar as a birthday present from his parents. Soon after he also started writing music, took guitar lessons and joined the music program at the high school in his hometown Härnösand in Sweden. Later his musical studies led Andrée to the university in Skövde, Sweden, where he met his companion in the progressive rock group Cap Outrun, Erik Wiss. That's when they made their debut album "Influence Grind". Later on, Andrée continued to study music at the university in Piteå, Sweden, and took classes to become a professional studio musician. To enhance his musical abilities he spent several months in the USA where he attended various courses at the Musicians Institute (GIT) in Los Angeles. During his stay in California Andrée met Fusion pioneer Jeff Lorber who invited him to lay down some guitar tracks for his “Galaxy” album (2012). Quite an honor for a young virtually unknown music student to be included in the album credits next to L.A. session cats like Michael Thompson, Vinnie Colaiuta or Jimmy Haslip. Back in Sweden Andrée felt he was ready to make his dream come true and to start working on his own album. Andrée recruited a great line-up of rock musicians from Sweden, he either knew personally or who had impressed him with their previous work. The result was the critically acclaimed album "Strange Nostalgia" by The Theander Expression. Since then another album called "Wonderful Anticipation" has been released and Andrée continues to be a session player as well. A new album with Cap Outrun is in the making and in 2018 the time has finally come for Andrée's first pure solo release with his own lead vocals on every track. "Airplane Mode" is a digital only release, available on all platforms, such as Spotify, iTunes and Amazon.