Songstress/dancer Tess Mattisson and DJ/producer Andréz Abatte met at Dr Records studio while they both were working with different projects. Meanwhile they got to know each other, and with Tess stage habit combined with Andréz producer and DJ experience it turned out to be a 'hit'. They decided to bring out multicultural modern music so the lyrics contains a mixture of French, Spanish and English. In May´98 they worked in the studio and the result came out as their debut single Château d´Amour. No videoclip was shot.
The duo hit the charts again with their second single You. Their strong position on the Swedish Dance Chart showed a good grip on the DJs. The big step on the Music Control Radio Chart created just the position that the duo wanted. Both singles could be found on La Cream's debut album 'Sound And Vision' which was released in all of Scandinavia. Follow-up wingle was entitled Say Goodbye.
The cover of Dr. Alban's hit This Time I'm Free called Free adds to their singles : "It's a very special track for me personally. When it was released in 1994 I was working as a dancer. I've danced a lot that song. No artists have had the opportunity to make cover of Dr. Alban's tracks. I really appreciated it when he said that I can do a cover of his old songs if I want to. He likes this project and me as an artist and believes in us so we had the chance to make it" says Tess. Videoclip was shot in Mallorca, Spain
The band split up as Tess Mattisson pursued a solo career.