Renata Przemyk debut came in 1988 when she took part in the Student Song Festival in Warsaw. She initially performed with the Ya Hozna band and embarked on an exciting and successful solo career in 1990. The artist released 10 studio albums and three compilation albums. On July 17th, she will add one more special live album to her discography - recording her performance at the intimate Night AFA Stage from Pol'and'Rock Festival 2019. Her show was an invitation for the audience, which flocked to the Big AFA Tent Stage, to experience her unique art. Renata Przemyk combines piercing stage expression, emotive contact with the audience and an extremely creative approach to music.
The singer is a creative force and a unique artistic personality. She describes her own creative process as a constant search for sounds, emotions, and atmosphere that no one has ever experienced. She combines rough punk guitars reminiscent of cold wave music with elements of soulful folk music, harder and more energetic rock music and touching very intimate lyrics. With interesting, warm tones, her voice perfectly suits songs, which are often compared to spells and intimate musings describing the artist's personal thoughts and feelings.
Renata Przemyk sings and composes her own songs, and she is working together with Barakh Theater in Kraków as a music composer for seven plays staged at the theatre. She has made the list of most prominent artists of the 20th century by "Polityka" and "Wprost" magazines.
2021 marks the third time Renata Przemyk performs at Pol'and'Rock Festival.
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