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9 NOVEMBER 2014 - EDYTA BARTOSIEWICZ /PL/, LESKI /PL/
A double record album „Love & More” is due to release in autumn this year. The album comprises a re-edition of the “Love” and a record, which includes songs such as “Opowieść”, “Pomyśl o mnie”, “Niewinność” (a single released in 2002) and unknown and previously unrecorded material. The album is going to be promoted with the new song – “Nie Zabijaj Miłości” – which is to be premiered in September this year. On tour, there will certainly be performed songs recorded on the latest album – “Renovatio”.
Edyta Bartosiewicz started her stage career in the second half of the eighties performing with Staff and later on with Holloee Poloy. In 1992, the artist released her first solo album “Love”, on which she turned towards more reflective atmosphere. A magic mood of that debut album was the harbinger of a genuine revolution, which was supposed to come over the next few years of Bartosiewicz`s stage activity. Her second album, “Sen”, brought out a huge dose of lyricism and expression – the album made a roaring success with 600 000 copies sold. The next album, “Szok & Show” proved herself as a star on the Polish music scene, by the way the record went the double platinum one.
Over the first decade of 21st century the artist restricted herself to sporadic performances and started working on her sixth album. She often stopped work and was performing as a guest star several times, for example on the album recorded by Krzysztof Krawczyk – “To, Co w Życiu Ważne” (2004). On that album there was also a composition “Trudno tak..”, which was a chart topper and gave Bartosiewicz the Fryderyk Music Award.
In 2010, the artist started over her stage activity performing at Orange Warsaw Festival, where, to fans` delight, she presented new material and announced a new album premiere. The premiere of the album, “Renovatio”, took its place in 2013 – 15 years after releasing the “Wodospady” album, which means that it was one of the most awaited albums in the history of the Polish Rock music. “Renovatio” almost straight away went gold and then platinum.