Very quickly confronted with their own limits in terms of banjo, Xavier (drummer of the Last Rapes and the Sinner) and Caelan (Toulousain and New Zealanders) give up their folkloristic aspirations for a time and call on Maxime on the bass. The trio recruits Antoine Marchalot, the "funny cartoon god" still unknown at the time. His sense of rhythm, like his sense of humor - personal and unexpected - does not prevent the group from making several tours in Europe, and to release two albums, "Possible Endings" in 2012 (Frantic City / Azbin) and "Misery, Redemption & Love" (Azbin) in 2013, Azbin Records being the label created by Xavier in 2012.
It was during the holidays of the end of 2013 that Maxime broke away from Régal and his bass amp to indulge in another of his passions: the observation of the cosmos.
The group then turns to Fadi, a Syro-Lillois metallurgist who frequents "La Barrière", the thick aging building of the ghost town of Chercq (Belgium) where Xavier and Caelan live. After a European tour half-figue, half grape of 30 dates in 31 days, Caelan and Xavier return to the studio to record the third album of the group "Two Cycles & A Little More" which will be released at the end of March on Born Bad Records