Nyberg’s ambient pop ensemble Husky Rescue, set up in 2002, released its last studio album, The Long Lost Friend, in 2013. Husky Rescue has performed at several music festivals, such as Lollapalooza, Glastonbury, and Austin City Limits. In addition, it has toured extensively in the UK and Europe. Husky Rescue’s music – released by the renowned Catskills Records – has been played in a number of advertisements and TV shows, including HBO series The Sopranos, the BBC’s Top Gear, and the Netflix’s Lovesick. However, Husky Rescue is only one aspect of Nyberg’s creative consciousness. Simultaneously, as the studio head of El Camino Helsinki, Nyberg is one of Finland’s most sought-after writers of film scores and advertising music . Since the late ’90s, he has provided rich aural tapestries for the likes of Nokia, Wrigley’s, Finnair and Colemans and was nominated for the HARPA Nordic Film Composers Award for his score for Ville Jankeri’s feature film Onnenonkija. Working with visual accompaniment is not a side project, though, so much as it is a true passion. Nyberg also scored Saara Saarela’s feature film Twisted Roots in 2009, and his cinematic output has expanded exponentially ever since. He has provided the music for three Ville Jankeri films, Forest Giant (2020) being the latest and as well as documentaries such as Inderjit Kaur Khalsa’s War/Peace (2017) and Pekka Lehto’s Paha Poliisi (2017). This is where his psychic energy is primarily focused today, into worthy accompaniments for films or TV series or even modern dance choreography, anything that carries the right emotional weight.