Their first EP, Diamond Munch, is an unpredictable and contradictory mixture. Here is where the feelings and thoughts of each member flowing across the creation process assemble with humanity on it, encouraging each one to shape this work. Distorted or wildly naked guitars, a set of voices that covers much of the vocal spectrum, basses with great presence and more rhythms than minutes of songs: an X-ray of the lives of its members during the creation process. Their peculiar style goes from lo-fi garage to 90s post-punk, what they finally have called Glitter-punk, coining this term as a personal brand.
Their latest releases show the progress they've been through both as a individuals and as a band, getting darker, forceful and refined, delving into their potential. At the moment they are composing their first LP and touring along some Spanish festivals.