The band Bielizna was formed in 1984 as Goering's Underwear, and later Bielizna G.. A concert at the Burdel club in Gdansk in 1985 was the group's first performance, then they also appeared in Jarocin and at the Poza Kontrolą festival in Warsaw and the Nowa Scena festival in Sopot. The premiere songs oscillated around punk rock, and in the later years of their musical activity the band moved closer to pop based on almost pastel guitars and, above all, on Janiszewski's characteristic way of delivering witty lyrics. The musicians are known for such hits as: "Stefan" and "Prywatne życie kasjerki PKP" which became the biggest hits in the group's history.
During their April concert at SPATiF, they played for us new songs from their album "Bagno," which is a mix of many styles and genres - from flamenco to oriental music. The lyrics of the songs are based on current events, thus depicting the grim reality. Those who have not yet listened will have the opportunity to do so on October 12!