The brother-sister duo officially established the band called Kwiat Jabłoni (Apple Blossom) in 2018. They are hailed as a new, exciting and charismatic face of Polish pop-folk music. Their music combines lively, rhythmic elements of folk with electro music and even harder, rock-inspired sounds. Intriguing lyrics are paired with a fresh take on indie pop to ensure that you want to listen to their music on the loop. So it comes as no surprise that the video for one of their best-loved singles, "Dziś późno pójdę spać", has reached 36 million views on YouTube.
Band's breakthrough came in 2019 when the artists applied to participate in Emerging Band's completion. Their lyrical record drew jurors' attention, and the band's performance on the live stage of the competition ensured that the band performed at a night-time slot at the Second Stage of the Pol'and'Rock Festival. A couple of thousand people gathered to see their show that night. The fans loved their performance so much; they could not wait to see them play at the festival again and cast over 10 thousand votes to support the band in the Golden Spinning Top competition in 2020. The group reprised a magical performance at the studio edition of the Festival.
The story of GWAR is carved across the history of this barren and hopeless planet, but GWAR themselves are not of this world... their story begins in the deepest reaches of outer space. The shock-rock band will showcase their irreverent style at Pol'and'Rock 2022.
The Polish post-rock band Kirszenbaum joins the 28. Pol'and'Rock Festival Second Stage line-up. They combine guitars, post-rock violin and live-created loops with electronic music, creating a very specific modern interpretation of Slavic and Anglo-Saxon folk pieces.
Their music is loud, that's for sure. Loud enough for Pol'and'Rock Festival? We'll see! STAKE, from Belgium, joins 28. Pol'and'Rock Festival line-up!