Clinigol are a Welsh synthpop/dance-pop duo, consisting of brothers Geraint and Aled Pickard. Their material is mostly in the Welsh language and they often collaborate with prominent Welsh language singers. "Clinigol" is the Welsh word for "Clinical". Formed in 2005, the band released their first single "Eiliad" ("A Second") on the Ciwdod label a year later. Their second single "Y Gwir" ("The Truth") was released in 2007, followed by "Hufen Ia" ("Ice Cream") in 2009. All songs featured on the band's debut album Melys ("Sweet"), released on the Rasp label in May 2009. The album included guest vocals from Heather Jones, Margaret Williams, Cofi Bach and actress Siwan Morris from Channel 4's "Skins". 2010 saw the release of two singles, Swigod ("Bubbles) and Cyfrinach ("Secret"), taken from their second album "Discopolis", the first ever single artist double album in the Welsh language, which was released in February 2012. The album features Elin Fflur, Caryl Parry Jones, Amy Wadge, Nia Medi, Carys Eleri, Rufus Mufasa, El Parisa and Catrin Evans on guest vocals.