Those three had nothing to do together and were not intended for a common future. But having learned to know each other, they realized they did not always agree really. That’s why they had the idea of making a group. After much debate, a few heated exchanges but driven by a desire of the best for everyone, they returned in 2012 with La Onda . Wildly exotic, La Onda defends aesthetic both rock, electro and hip hop with a large dose of cheek, a mix of Beck, Beastie Boys and La Compagnie Créole.