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The band was formed in 2015, with several members coming from the bands Les Big Byrd, Pig Eyes, Nine, Nitad and Neu-Ronz. In 2018, they released their first album, Street Worms. Nils Hansson, a journalist at the newspaper Dagens Nyheter described the band favorably, praising their musical style, as well as their use of black humor and satire, and rated the album a five out of five.
The band's second album, Welfare Jazz, was released in January 2021.
- Consistency of Energy (2016, Push My Buttons)
- Call of the Wild (2017, Push My Buttons)
- Common Sense (2020, YEAR0001)
- Shrimp Sessions (2019, YEAR0001)
- "Sports" (2018, YEAR0001)
- "Just Like You" (2018, YEAR0001)
- "Ain't Nice" (2020, YEAR0001)
- "Creatures" (2020, YEAR0001)
- "In Spite of Ourselves" (2020, YEAR0001)
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