A heady and unique mix of grooved out, riff-rock and anti-ceremony pop tones that's been strongly supported by the people of the Baltics. Their unique blend of influences has been positively compared to Them Crooked Vultures, Foo Fighters and even Prince. After releasing their debut album in 2012, the band played all the biggest Baltic festivals including Positivus festival in Latvia. The band constantly delivered mighty live performances which led to a support slot at Red Hot Chilli Peppers' Tallinn show in 2012, in front of 30,000-strong audience.
The band won Skype’s “Go Change the World” award at the Tallinn Music Week festival in 2013.
This is the follow-up to the very successful EP "I", which produced the single "Make It Happen (Seducifer)".