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Recenzja piosenki Remainder – No-Wave

„Grzegorz Kwiatkowski of Trupa Trupa made a startling discovery in 2015. In a pine forest, nuzzled next to the former Stutthof concentration camp in Poland, was a cache of buried shoes.

In modern Poland it is an offence to accuse national authorities or Polish citizens of having a role in the extermination of the Jews. But the thousands of shoes Kwiatkowski found buried there tell a different story altogether. A perfect representation, he argues, of Poland’s reticence to exhume the past, or to examine their own place in it. Dalej Recenzja piosenki Remainder – No-Wave

Kevin Cole / KEXP

Piosenka „Remainder” ponownie w audycji „The Afternoon Show” Kevina Cole’a.

Wywiad na łamach magazynu Skug

„Antisemitism, fascism, retrogressivity are again most relevant today. Before the release of their new album »Of the Sun« by Trupa Trupa and the attached tour with stop in the US, here an interview with singer and poet Grzegorz Kwiatkowski about Poland, the Shoah, and art in general. Dalej Wywiad na łamach magazynu Skug

6 Music Recommends

Piosenka „Remainder” trafiła do serii „6 Music Recommends” Toma Ravenscrofta na antenie BBC Radio 6 Music.

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Piosenka „Remainder” zadebiutowała na antenie KEXP w audycji The Afternoon Show Kevina Cole.


Piosenka „Remainder” została singlem tygodnia Getintothis!

„Psych rock all the way from Gdansk, Poland, Trupa Trupa bring us a heavily political song in the way of Remainder. Built around the refrain ‘Well it did not take place’ the song is a two-fingered salute to all those who call fake news and try to whitewash the past while spouting nationalist ideologies. Driving drums and dissonant guitars create an atmosphere full of dread that makes you feel like the whole weight of the world is bearing down on you, which given the current political climate we find ourselves in makes perfect sense.”