Playing tracks by
Yungchen Lhamo and AES Dana.
That's the one to fight off your hangover to!
Approximately 150km from Poland's Olsztyn there's a beach on which you can lay your body after a week of solid drinking. A backpack with clean socks to experience it properly.
Oh, and a kind of record you listened just before falling asleep in your nursery. And some booze, perhaps. Still, there's no other option, you're talking to yourself, 'I'm still to drunk to drive a car, it's better to walk these 150km on my feet.'
Hailing from the hometown of Copernicus and birthplace of Izabela Trojanowska, Piotr Bejnar's style of playing is far from ordinary. Yet, all he needs to get your hen party right is a MIDI controller, some good dancing shoes and a space for headbanging. Go see his live show for your own. No, just see HIM!
We guess that right now he's just trying to explain what goes through his mind after such a party ends. It's a long road. A secluded one. Secluded but solemn.
Oh, and there's a twitch in the end. Stay strong.