Muchy is a Polish rock band founded in 2004 by Michał Wiraszko, Piotr Maciejewski and Szymon Waliszewski. The band’s current line-up includes Wiraszko, Waliszewski, Tomasz Skórka, Damian Pielka and Krzysztof Zalewski. To this day, Muchy have released three critically acclaimed studio albums: Terroromans (2007), Notoryczni debiutanci (2010) and Chcecicospowiedziec (2012). They have received many awards and nominations, including two Fryderyk nominations. The band has performed on main stages of most important Polish festivals. It is the first Polish band that has ever performed on the main stage of Open’er Festival twice. According to Polish radio station Eska Rock, Muchy represent a music style called “new rock revolution”. Their musical inspirations include bands like The Smiths, The Cure, Interpol, Bloc Party, The Strokes or Franz Ferdinand. The band members also mention bands like The Velvet Underground, Modest Mouse, Guided by Voices or the famous Polish band Republika.
The concert will be an overview of their four albums as well as an introduction of songs from the forst concert album of the band to be released this November, called „FALA” (Eng. WAVE), based on the soundtrack to the 1985 film of the same title directed by Piotr Łazarkiewicz.
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Concert will take place at 6. Dzielnica (102 Piotrkowska St., Lodz).