Raz Dwa Trzy was established by a group of university friends in 1990. The band quickly rose to prominence thanks to their ingenious style of combining jazz, rock, and folk with contemporary poetry lyrics. Raz Dwa Trzy went on to release seven studio albums, each of them garnering a lot of attention from fans and getting praise from music critics. Raz Dwa Trzy released three live albums, one compilation album, and two video albums, the first of those chronicling their spell-binding show at Woodstock Festival Poland in 2005.
The band is notable for their use of sung poetry, which elevates their performances to a rank of sophisticated show. At the same time, the musicians forming Raz Dwa Trzy are able to maintain their rock and roll character and remain authentic.
Raz Dwa Trzy with their memorable, poetic lyrics and soft, jazz-inspired music became a music staple for generations of young Poles. Their anniversary gig at Pol'and'Rock Festival will undoubtedly be one of a kind musical and artistic experience.
The video, which follows the 2019 release "What Would You Do for Love" has been shot at Pol'and'Rock 2019, where the band celebrated a triple anniversary- 25th edition of the festival, 25th anniversary of the band, and Skin's birthday.
Let's celebrate the luck of the Irish! We've prepared a subjective selection of our favourite tunes inspired by the sounds and music of the Green Island - so, stay home this St. Patric's Day and enjoy these fantastic gigs!
It’s been already more than 25 years that Tagada Jones cross-national and international stages with its French punk-hardcore. Now it's time for them to play at the Most Beautiful Festival in the World!