The band was formed by Jean-Piere "Jump" Aebischer (Guitarist, Singer) and Guy Haering (Bass). They met Denis Bourdilloud (Keyboard) and François Bauer (Drums). Together, they played during 6 years and recorded the album "Night-Train". This album was recorded live at the Grand Café in Lausanne by Daniel Laurent. It was mixed by Bertrand Siffert at Relief Studio, Belfaux, Switzerland.
Bertrand Siffert is best known for his work with another swiss band named "The Young Gods".
Jean-Pierre "Jump" Aebischer wrote texts about human relations and the society he is living in.
Jean-Pierre "Jump" Aebischer is also one of those guitarists who admire S.R.V., Eric Clapton and all the blues and rhythm and blues guitarists.
Denis and Jump renamed the band after Guy quit the band.
They still play today in a band name "The Jump".