The two decide to collaborate and form a duo linked to the traditions of rural blues, but also projected towards personal spaces and contaminated by rock'n'roll, country, folk and punk.
Seasick Steve and Scott H. Biram are the artists from which they take their starting point.
Inspired by Seasick Steve they decide to use tools like the Cigar Box or the Diddley Bow. From Scott H. Biram, they take the minimal approach and the mix between soft and wild mood.
The two spend a good part of summer / fall 2016 experimenting, looking for a definite sound and recording original material.
In April 2017 they release the first eponymous EP co-produced with Marco Franzoni and recorded at Bluefemme Stereorec in Brescia.
In October 2017, the duo entered the studio to record a new product called "Twenty-Four Days", again with Marco Franzoni as a co-producer and again at Bluefemme Stereorec.
The album also features the contribution of Popa Chubby who, after hearing the material of the duo and liking the sound, agreed to collaborate on two tracks.
The album has been released physically for Slang Records and digitally for Warner Italia.
In february 2018 the duo has opened six of the eight gigs of Popa Chubby's italian tour.