Digresija started in 1989 in Belgrade as a grup of close friends.
After a period of personal and collective drama in 1994 the band records their first album on cassettes titled "Lice ulice" - MY-011, which was published by Sloba Selena and his publishing house "Music Yuser"from Novi Sad. The band recorded the album in the composition: Goran Pajkić, Vladimir Adamović, Nenad Šarac i Dragan Marković - Škot. The same year Digresija opens for Novi Sad band Boye at KST, along with anywhere they got the chance to across Serbia.
In early 1996 in the studio Akademija the band records a signle with two songs "Rat i brat" and "Velika voda", produced by Aleksandar Radosavljević and recorded by Nikola Vranjković. The same year the band plays at the festival of alternative rock in Aranđelovac where they win their first award.
In 1997 the band appears on the compilation "...Ovo je zemlja za nas... - Radio Boom 93 (1992-1997)" - D011 in the edition published by Radio92.
In the autumn of 1998 the band enters the studio and records the album titled "Superalbum", whose release date was planned for 1999, but it never happened. The band recorded in the composition: Goran Pajkić, Vladimir Adamović, Nenad Šarac i Goran Racić. Recorded by Aleksandar Radosavljević and produced by Nikola Vranjković.
In 2016 the band continues making music in the composition: Goran Pajkić, Vladimir Adamović, Ljubiša Savković i Nikola Radivojević.
At the start of the year the group came up with the maksi singl title "Progres", which conatins three songs. Produced and recorded by Nikola Radivojević, and guest appearances from Nevena Filipović i Branislav Pipović.
During 2017 Digresija is in the studio recording their third album.