Poparzeni Kawą Trzy at Pol'and'Rock Online

2020-07-16 09:54:15


The band was established in 2005 during a lengthy press conference held at the Polish Sejm - the lower house of the parliament. Members of the band are all radio journalists, DJs and, initially, they have been fulfilling their fan-fantasy of performing songs by the underground Russian group Leningrad. Having exhausted the Leningrad's repertoire, the group reached out to a colleague and acclaimed satirist, Rafał Bryndal. 



Poparzeni Kawą Trzy released their debut record with original material in 2011, and since then they recorded four studio albums. The band's songs have been highly popular with the audience and critics, who praised the Poparzeni Kawą Trzy for their upbeat pop-rock music which is spiced with lively ska and backed up by a powerful brass section. Their humorous, light-hearted lyrics ensured that catchy tunes became instant hits. The group is also well-known for its energetic shows and rapport they can establish with the audience.




They have played at The Most Beautiful Festival in the World twice, and this year they will take their unique, infectious humour and energy to the festival studio in Warsaw. Their gig will be broadcast live on Facebook and YouTube. 


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