It is in Brussels that forms Puggy in 2005. The trio is composed of musicians from different backgrounds: the guitarist and singer Matthew Irons (ex-Moon Palace) is English, bassist Romain Descampe is French, and drummer Egil Franzen is Swedish.
Before being signed to the Belgian label Walkie-O, Puggy was shown at festivals in Leeds and Reading. The pop rock trio then released two singles, "The Luckiest Crime" and "Out of Hand" and the Dubois Died Today album in May 2007. He is then asked to turn in the first part of Incubus metal band in Europe.
In February 2008, Puggy opens the concert of The Smashing Pumpkins at Bercy (Paris) and the Printemps de Bourges festival the program in its Discoveries section. The year 2009, dedicated writing new songs, see materialize Teaser EP, available on digital platforms this fall. The first parts of Pascale Picard pass through the Olympia in Paris in November.
In summer 2010, Puggy launches its second long-format called Something You Might Like; the effective pop songs of the trio blend with melodic rock runaways. The third album To Win the World (April 2013) to sustained ambition continues in the same clear line of effective rock.