LP version. Regal is probably the only French garage band whose members met on World of Warcraft. Very quickly confronted by the limits of their skills on banjo, Xavier (drummer for The Last Rapes of Mr. Teach, Le Pecheur) and Caelan put their folk aspirations aside, called upon Maxime to play bass guitar, and turned to a post-garage-punk-psych-country style. They were also joined by Antoine Marchalot, the living good of comical comic strips, whose personal and unexpected sense of humor is equal to his sense of rhythm. The band organized several European tours, sharing stages with Hellshovel, Thee Oh Sees, J.C. Satan, Strange Hands, Le Pecheur, Skeptics, Mountain Bike, and more, and released two albums, Possible Endings (Frantic City Records, 2012) and Misery, Redemption & Love (Azbin Records, 2013). Maxime has since retired from Regal and from his bass amp to pursue the observation of the cosmos, and the band has turned to Fadi, a metallurgist often present in La Barriere, a thick and aging building in the ghost town of Chercq, Belgium, where Xavier and Caelan live. Caelan and Xavier now present the band's third album, Two Cycles & A Little More.