Zoé's history begins in Mexico in 1994, just as one of the decade's most important music styles was appearing in the United Kingdom: Britpop. Mainly
inspired by this movement, with slight influences from Seattle's grunge, Zoé would go through a period of changing lineups and varying
styles before stabilizing in 1997, with León Larregui (guitar and voice), Sergio Acosta (guitar), Alberto Cabrera (drums), Ángel Mosqueda (bass), and
Jesus Báez (keyboards). By this time, a clear influence from The Beatles can be seen alongside the mentioned Britpop and grunge stylings and with
certain resemblances to The Stone Roses and The Charlatans.