TuliaTulia is Poland's entry in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, they will perform 'Fire of Love (Pali się)' in Tel Aviv. Everything began for the band in October of 2017, when Depeche Mode published an interesting folk version of one of their biggest hits, 'Enjoy the Silence' on their official fan page. The cover was produced by four unique and talented girls from Szczecin. Tulia was formed out of encouragement from fans of the unique style of that cover, many of whom were wiping tears from their eyes in amazement.
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Tulia's music is a combination of classical characteristics mixed with folk music and modern production. The group's cover of David Podsiadlo’s song Nieznajomy brought fanfare that resulted in over 10 million views online. Listeners from all over the world were taken by the magical atmosphere of the music video and the spotlight on Polish culture.
2018 was an important year for the band. Tulia performed at the Fryderyki 2018 Gala - the most important award show in the Polish music industry - together with Natalia Nykiel and Pianohooligan. Shortly afterwards, the band's debut album was released and won three prestigious awards during the legendary National Festival of Polish Song in Opole. Tulia then performed at the Top Of The Top Sopot Festival 2018 and Lato z Radiem Festival 2018 in Gdynia.
Tulia's debut album has already gone platinum in Poland. The double album features 20 tracks, 7 of which are original compositions that showcase the group's artistic potential. Guests featured on the album include Polish superstars Kasia Kowalska and Marcin Wyrostek. On 23 November Tulia's fifth single, Pali się, was released. The inspiration for the song came from one of Poland's most beautiful movies in recent years, Cold War by Paul Pawlikowski.
Tulia is composed of the voices of Joanna Sinkiewicz, Dominika Siepka, Patrycja Nowicka and Tulia Biczak. These young but experienced artists sing a unique style of Polish folk called 'śpiewokrzyk', which means 'white voice' or 'screaming sing'.