A Swiss band today, but one from the francophone part of the country, and one that makes a
particularly fine garage rock sound.
The Rebels of Tijuana have been around since 2008, having apparently met up at a screening of cult movie Vanishing Point.
They describe themselves as a Psyche Yéyé & Rock'n'Roll band, In a Gainsbourg - Dutronc - Stones way.
While there's an obvious flavour of the 60s in their work, there's more than a nod to French new wave acts like Téléphone too.
They've released a number of albums including 2010's Where did this trip go wrong and 2012' La Bourgeoise.
Their Mambo EP featured a French version of Syd Barrett's No Man’s Land, entitled Lady Acide.
The band are currently mixing their new album.