Polski / English

Trupa Trupa are Grzegorz Kwiatkowski, Tomek Pawluczuk, Wojtek Juchniewicz and Rafal Wojczal. They made their first international appearance in 2015 with the album "Headache" published by a British label Blue Tapes and X-Ray Records. A year later, they signed to French Ici d'ailleurs, where they released a remastered version of "Headache" on vinyl. In 2017, in cooperation with their British and French labels, the band recorded "Jolly New Songs", also published by Japanese Moorworks. In recent years Trupa Trupa did an extensive touring, playing at the SXSW, Primavera Sound, Iceland Airwaves, Colours of Ostrava, Waves Vienna, Eurosonic, Liverpool Sound City, to name a few. At the end of 2018 Trupa Trupa signed to Sub Pop Records. Their first release with the new label is a single "Dream about" published on 26 February 2019. The premiere of their first album with Sub Pop is planned later this year.

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During SXSW 2019 we played two gigs which found their way to Rolling Stone, Chicago Tribune, NPR, Gigwise, Tucson Weekly and Sound Opinions best acts list of this years edition!

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Trupa Trupa bring some poetry and subtlety to psychedelic rock.

Evan Rytlewski, Pitchfork

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One of the best rock bands doing business now is from Gdansk, Poland.

Sasha Frere-Jones, Los Angeles Times

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The band is Polish and the lyrics are in English, but the undercurrent of anxiety and dread that distinguishes Trupa Trupa's music knows no nationality.

Zach Schonfeld, Newsweek USA

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Iggy Pop played Trupa Trupa on his BBC Radio 6 Music show.

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Paul Simon, Gorillaz, Lorde, Radiohead, St. Vincent and Trupa Trupa. Chicago Tribune lists our SXSW gig in top ten concerts of 2018.

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This sound, this song and this band lands perfectly in the nexus of everything I love most in music.

Robin Hilton, NPR

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Trupa Trupa's debut in the Rolling Stone magazine as one of the best acts at SXSW 2018 Festival. "It sounded like the start of a rewarding friendship" says David Fricke.

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One of a few Polish bands that broke internationally.

Mark Beaumont, New Musical Express

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Chicago Tribune sees TT as one of the SXSW 2018 highlights.

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They’ve carved out their own sort of time in their music and invited you in.

Richard Foster, The Quietus

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There’s nowhere to go but up for this most unique rock band.

Ron Hart, Relix Magazine

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Definitely watch out for these guys.

KEXP

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Jolly New Songs were broadcasted on BBC Radio 6 Music (Stuart Maconie, Lauren Laverne, Tom Ravenscroft, Gideon Coe). Tom Ravenscroft described "To Me" as Epic beyond words.

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NPR places Trupa Trupa among the most interesting acts of SXSW 2018.

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Jolly New Songs were broadcasted on WFMU by Gaylord Fields,Clay Pigeon, Mark Reichard, Mary Wing and dj Stan.

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Bands are back in a big way, and Trupa Trupa is hands-down among the very best of them.

Strauss, Tiny Mix Tapes

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To ingest Trupa Trupa’s Jolly New Songs is to wonder what kind of mushrooms are growing outside behind the band’s practice space in Gdansk.

Ian King, The Line of Best Fit

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Essential listening.

Paul Margree, Lourder Than War

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One album I can't get enough of is Jolly New Songs from Polish rock band Trupa Trupa. Imagine rolling bits of Radiohead, Mogwai, Syd Barrett, and Explosions in the Sky together, and you might get a sense of what's in the water in Gdansk.

Jim McGuinn, The Current

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This is incredible work. The result is their first moment of true greatness.

Tristan Bath, The Quietus

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With their fierce guitars, anthemic sound, knack for melodies and sometimes quirky lyrics, Trupa Trupa is becoming one of the most notable new psych-rock bands.

Tidal

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Trupa Trupa murder rock ‘n’ roll and unceremoniously dump its corpse in the Gdańsk Bay. Their recorded rituals celebrating its demise are, ahem, music to our very ears.

Ryan Masteller, Tiny Mix Tapes

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I listened to the record and not only does it have those elements of Sigur Ros and Radiohead that I like, but they've got an entirely different, I would say, even darker character of their own.

David Fricke, SiriusXM

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Jack White

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