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Just really dug them a lot. Trupa Trupa. A band that is at once very experimental but also deeply commited to the kind of noise that gets you out of your seat. You can get the sense that there is a lot of social protest, a lot of noise on behalf of the issues that matter. This is Trupa Trupa. The new album is called Of the Sun out in September. This is a track that really has a great sort of heavy metal Radiohead vibe about it and I really dig it. Keep an eye of that record.

David Fricke, Rolling Stone, SiriusXM

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Trupa Trupa Convert Historical Trauma into Post-Punk Catharsis on Of The Sun.

Zach Schonfeld, Paste Magazine

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Trupa Trupa continue to hit the mark as they experiment with simplification without excising the art from their rock.

Ian King, The Line of Best Fit

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Of The Sun pośród najlepszych właśnie wydanych albumów wg radia NPR w cyklu New Music Friday! „The band Trupa Trupa has an album out now called Of The Sun. And it is a great one!” stwierdza Robin Hilton.

NPR

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Trupa Trupa’s Of The Sun takes apparently simple songs and brutally smashes them up. A gripping slog with beautiful, luminous moments that stay with you long after you’ve stopped listening.

Richard Foster, The Quietus

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Of the Sun draws on wider strands of what could be broadly called “21st century post-rock”…The epic punch of Trupa Trupa’s songs feels like it has a grimmer edge, one that betrays a sense that things may not be as you want them to be. All too apt for the current times.

Ned Raggett, Bandcamp Daily [Album of the Day]

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This Polish band’s fifth album is a solid set of psych-tinged post-punk with a dark, atmospheric sound featuring ominous guitars, stern rhythms and haunting melodies.

Don Yates, New Music Reviews, KEXP

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The Polish quartet reaches new hypnotic heights… As summer fades and the rains cometh, we recommend grabbing this moody delight and getting lost for a little while. It’s well worth the trip.

Sam Walker-Smart, Clash Magazine

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A band that unlock many things in their listeners. Their music is certainly adept at opening up a number of intriguing psychic contradictions, or emotional opposites.

Richard James Foster, Louder Than War

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Can’t wait for trupatrupaband’s new album, Of the Sun, due this September!

Kevin Cole, KEXP

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I am loving the music of Trupa Trupa out of Poland.

Stuart Maconi, BBC Radio 6 Music

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Trupa Trupa’s music mixes elements of so many things I love – bits of psychedelia, krautrock, repetition, noise, melody, and beauty. It can be haunting, harsh, disturbing, meditative – sometimes all in the same track. This year they have made their best album yet.

Jim McGuinn, The Current

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The Polish protest-psychedelic group Trupa Trupa tease their (excellent) forthcoming Of The Sun album with the spacey, shimmering Longing.

Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Senior Pop Editor for Tivo. Also Allmusic and Pitchfork.

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Great modern psychedelic rock is alive and well and living its best life in Poland. And leading the present charge of innovative talent from Eastern Europe is Trupa Trupa, who will be releasing their excellent new album, Of The Sun, on September 13th. An early listen to Of The Sun reveals a tremendous amount of growth for Trupa Trupa since their formation over a decade ago.

Ron Hart, Rock and Roll Globe

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The music made by Polish post-punks Trupa Trupa finds a haunting balance between intensity and off-beat melodies, even as the group’s lyrics juxtapose the absurd with the harrowing.

Tobias Carroll, Volume 1 Brooklyn

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You may not think you need an album of abrasive psychedelic post-punk that deals with light fare like Holocaust denialism, but you do – check out Poland’s Trupa Trupa’s new one, Of the Sun, out today.

Thierry Côté, Popdose, Exclaim

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Trupa Trupa are an art rock band from Gdansk. Fusing elements of post-hardcore, no wave and psychedelia, the four-piece exude a restless energy that bears the hallmarks of Fugazi’s uncompromising punk ethos. The band weave absurd lyrics through liquifying guitar riffs, angular bass lines and concise percussion.

Ilia Rogatchevski, The Wire

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A revelation. ★★★★★

Michal Boncza, Morning Star

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It is a truly special record that feels like it could never tire and be passed down through generations as an example of..‘Yeah, there was great guitar bands in the 2010s’.

Cai Trefor, Gigwise

This is music for an uncertain future, exploring deep in the valley of our disunity, panning mistakes from history’s river.

Andrew O’Keefe, No-Wave

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