It was in 2013, in Viana do Castelo - Portugal, that we first met as a band. The influences of the tradicional sounds of our region combined with the musical affinities of each of us resulted in a very "oaf" sound! We affirm Folk sonorities as ours in an instrumental mix of clarinet, frenetic percussion, guitar and bass in tune with a truth and deep lyric and always open to instrumental experimentation.
It's in 2014, with "Mr. J. " that we present ourselves to the musical universe. We were received with enthusiasm by the specialized press in several countries and started on tour, with dozens of gigs all over Portugal. All the experiences and daily transformations of each one of us raised a creative need to express ourselves again, culminating with the release of the second album "My scars and stories" in 2016, edited totally independently. Once again we've hit the road, traveling thousands of kilometers to dozens of cities and towns, including some of the most important Portuguese festivals and beginning our longed aim for an international affirmation, in Spain and Taiwan.
On the way we let many friends and memories with our frenetic and joyful concerts, being invited to important events such as the FolkCelta Festival in Ponte da Barca, Radio Faneca Festival, Art Beer Fest in Caminha, first anniversary of the Hard Rock Caffe - Porto or even the Yilan International Art Festival in Taiwan. After a mini tour in Fnac's in the north and center of the country we were also invited to join the collection of New Talents Fnac'17.
It's with all this universe of very strong, unforgettable and enriching experiences that we continue our long walk, beginning now the preparations for the third album, to be edited in the end of 2019. Our "soon to be released" album, "About the mountain and the river" talks about travel and the great journey of the human being. About landscapes, experiences and memories. All eternalized in music. An album with a lot of magic dust, we aimed to be more colorful and covering more musical styles, without ever losing the "oafian" essence of yore.