The experimental music group known simply as Be sticks out for its uncommon selection of contributors, including a visual artist (Wolfgang Buttress), a teenage singer (Camille Buttress), a scientist (Dr. Martin Bencsik), a classically educated cellist (Deirdre Bencsik), several associates of Spiritualized (Kevin Bales, Tony Foster, Doggen Foster, Jason Pierce, and John Coxon), a multi-instrumental ensemble that frequently performs with Sigur Rós (Amiina), and, probably most of all, 40,000 live bees. The theory behind the group originated from The Hive, a visible art installation developed by Wolfgang Buttress for the Expo 2015 exhibition in Milan. The framework he created supervised a beehive instantly, then displayed the experience through LED lamps installed throughout an light weight aluminum frame. Attempting to consider the project even more, Buttress continuing to record the daily drone the bees had been creating and apply some instrumentation outrageous; Deirdre Bencsik determined that the ensuing sound is at the main element of C, permitting the music artists to improvise the accompaniment. After producing a fair quantity of hype for the task, the group started to organize live shows, including a display at a relocated set up site in Kew Landscapes, alongside several festival appearances, such as for example Glastonbury and End of the street Festival.