In 1993, the band released their début, self-titled EP on La Fábrica Magnética. After two more years of touring, they released an LP—Go-Off. The album was also released in Brazil the following year, through Paradise Records.
Next, the band flew to Chicago to record an album with Jeff Murphy (Shoes) at Short Order Recorder. Do the Worm was released on Roto Records in Spain in 1997, and came out in the US in 1998 on spinART Records. In 1999, the EP and two albums were compiled, along with other early recordings, for 3X33. Their third full-length album, The Minor League, was recorded in North Carolina with Mitch Easter at his Fidelitorium Studios, and was released on the band's own Elmer Music label in 2000. That same year, the band appeared in the Jaime Chávarri film Besos para todos, as a 1960s group called Los Acapulco.
The band has also played in the big festivals such as FIB (Benicassim); Serie B ( La Rioja); Primavera Sound (Barcelona), and International Pop Overthrow (Liverpool) and has toured Portugal, Ireland, France, U.S.A. and U.K.
Their fourth and latest album, Late Night Shift, was released on March 10, 2008, produced by Mitch Easter at The Fidelitorium Studios in NC.