The group was formed in the fall of 2014 in Yerevan, becoming the successor of the Second Moon group. The founders are Martin Shahabazyan (piano, keys, melody, vocals), Gor Avetisyan (drums) and Armen Hadjian (bass guitar). In their songs, the group combines progressive rock with elements of classical music, jazz and Armenian music. The group was influenced by Muse, Radiohead, Porcupine Tree, King Crimson groups, Tigran Hamasyan, Sergey Rachmaninov and other musicians. In 2015, High wrote music for Narine Grigoryan’s performance “Hovnan”. Later, he officially released two singles: Apaki (2019) and Day of the year (2021). In 2021, the group is going to release the first album. High has collaborated with Robert Simonian (bass guitar) from Kathil, Raphael Weinroth Brown (cello) from Leprous and other musicians. In 2015, he participated in Fête de la Music, and in 2019, in Armenia in Rock festivals. In April 2020, the group also participated in the commemoration evening of the Armenian Genocide victims held in Tsitsernakaberd.