Superbus is a French pop rock band. Formed in 1999 by Jennifer Ayache, the band quickly finds its audience thanks to its ska-punk sounds and its lead singer, a type of training almost unpublished in France.
The band released a debut album, Aéromusical, in 2002. It was followed by Pop'n'Gum in 2004, a second pop album infused with the 1960s and surf culture.
With his third opus, Wow, an electro rock album impregnated with the 1980s and 1990s, and released in 2006, Superbus acquires a great reputation. Thanks in particular to the titles Butterfly and Lola, the band will be omnipresent on the French-speaking airwaves throughout 2007. In 2009, the 4th album, Lova Lova, a concept album based on the Crazy Horse theme.
Their first best of them, entitled "Happy BusDay: The Best of Superbus" , is published on September 20, 2010, marking a 10-year career. After a break from the group, Superbus returns in 2012, with their new album Sunset, released August 27, 2012. This new album, recorded in Los Angeles, reflects a new evolution of the group. In 2016, the group's sixth album, Sixtape, is released.