Czesław Śpiewa and BeMy are bands embodying a peaceful idea of LFO according to which music has the power to unify people above any borders. Polish born Czesław Mozil spent his young years in Denmark and then came back to his fatherland and conquered Polish music scene with an explosive mixture of punk rock, folk and cabaret. On stage he’s accompanied by graduates of Royal Danish Music Academy and Rhythmic Music Conservatory.
Brothers Mattia and Elie Rosinscy – founders of BeMy – were born and raised in France, studied in British Academy of Contemporary Music and after that established a succesful career in Poland, starting from participation in TV talent show „Must Be The Music”. „If the Beatles were still around, they’d sound like BeMy” – said juror Adam Sztaba.
Warsaw’s Bisquit started as a band playing jazz standards and over a decade later is considered one of the most intriguing artists of Polish music scene. They’ve supported Joe Cocker and Jamiroquai, their songs were used in movies and TV series. They combine original sounds with non-trivial lyrics.
Leski (Paweł Leszoski) was nominated to Fryderyk – Polish prestigious music award – for his debut album „Splot” (2015). He’s a singer-songwriter and his hypnotizing songs attract growing masses of fans including other notable artists as Mela Koteluk and Wojciech Waglewski.
Czesław Śpiewa and BeMy will perfom on Friday, 23rd of June, Bisquit and Leski will play on Saturday, 24th of June.