A Bolha was a Brazilian rock band formed in 1965 in Rio de Janeiro, with the name The Bubbles. He actively participated in the dance circuit, radio and TV programs that existed in the capital of Rio at that time.
In the beginning they played only covers or versions of successful songs and bands from Europe and the United States, but, in the early 70s, they started composing their own songs and even recorded two albums, in 1973 and 1977. They ended their activities in 1978 , but they returned to active in 2004, arriving to record a new album, before stopping again.
They played as a support band for Gal Costa, Leno, Márcio Greyck, Raul Seixas and Erasmo Carlos. Its members originated or integrated several bands that would be successful in the 1970s and in the following decade as Bixo da Seda, Herva Doce, A Cor do Som, Roupas Nova and Hanoi-Hanoi.