Klee, formerly known as Ralley, is a Germany-based electropop band. Original member Suzie Kerstgens, Sten Servaes and Tom Deininger renamed their band in 2002, reinventing their band's sound from guitar music to electric pop. The same year, the trio released its first album under the name Klee and the LP, dubbed Unverwundbar, found a place on Germany's Top 100 for a week. After an appearance on an MTV show, the band brought the synthy and sultry sounds of its second album Jelängerjelieber, specifically its hit single "Gold," to a larger international audience, though it wasn't until 2006 when the album was released in the US under the name Honeysuckle. For unknown reasons, co-founder tom Deininger left the band in 2010, but in the following year Klee moved on to release its fifth studio album Aus lauter Liebe.