Puggy is a band formed in 2004, when French bassist Romain Descampe and English vocalist Matthew Irons met Swedish drummer Egil "Ziggy" Franzén at a jazz school in Brussels. For this reason the band considers itself Belgian in origin. The band has released three albums and is signed to Mercury Records
Puggy has toured all over the world, opening for prestigious bands such as Smashing Pumpkins, Incubus, and Deep Purple. Their first album, Dubois Died Today, was released on independent label Talkieo in June 2007. In 2010, they appeared on the French television show Taratata, presented by Nagui, to promote their follow-up album, Something You Might Like. They also performed live on Belgian television. The album resulted in three music videos, for the songs "I Do", "When You Know" and "How I Needed you".
In 2013, the band released their third album To Win The World, certified platinum in Belgium.
They have toured extensively in France, Belgium, Switzerland and the Netherlands. In 2014 they played a sold-out Forest National in Brussels (9000 capacity) as well as a sold out club tour all around Belgium.
The band has had tracks included in the sequel to Largo Winch (the film adaptation).
They are currently working on their 4th album, set to be released in 2015.