The band has an American singer with a voice that can rouse the dead. On three records and two EPs, she has shown that she has the necessary armor to perform with all the greats of the classic rock world. Their last work, Free, astounded all the major rock magazines, received much attention from the press, and got them a support tour for the great Uriah Heep. All of this happened without the help of a big label or an elaborate marketing plan. It was all made possible by a band that has come a long way since its foundation, who have learned to always master situations and sell handfuls of records themselves. Things did not become easier. “This is the price we pay for our freedom,” the frontwoman says. They grew, never gave up—and after six years they are a confident band, more self-assured than ever.