Belgian progressive rock band, established in the early 1970's. The debut LP from 1976 was a hybrid of classical rock and British prog in the vein of Genesis. Further albums "Jester" and "Mechanical Moonbeams" developed a more personal style and the band found it's signature sound with the addition of singer Mario Guccio. With 'Urban Games' the band moved to more commercial songs and gained a new audience, scoring a big hit with 'Fly' in 1980 inspired by the sound of The Police. In 1981 after the release of 'Break Out' they took a long sabbatical. They reformed briefly in 1987 and the real restart came in 1998 with the addition of keyboard player Hervé Borbé. They have continued since, and released their 12th studio album in 2013. They have become an unique 'artrock' band with a progressive touch. Singer Mario Guccio sadly passed away on January 20, 2018, aged 64 after a battle with cancer.