You can easily call Trystavisim a Ukrainian music discovery from the festival summer of 2013.

At the beginning of the spring of 2013, the band released their debut EP album Percha, which was well-received by most connoisseurs of this lively style of music. Despite the fact that the album included only 5 songs, it didn’t prevent the band from giving full performances which lasted one hour and a half. In support of their album, the band toured most of the cities of western Ukraine and gave concerts at the following Ukrainian festivals: ZAHID, Pidkamin, Faine Misto, Franko-Missia, Carpatskij Protyah, Rurysko, Music Bike Ukraine, Lvivska Zabava and others.

During the summer of 2013 Trystavisim took part in a TV show on the First National Channel program called Folk-Music and Music for Adults with Mariya Burmaka on ТVІ channel. At that time the debut clip Dislocatsia was produced. The songs from the Percha album can be heard on many Ukrainian radio stations and they are also available on the Internet.

At the beginning of the spring of 2014, the band started work on their debut full format album Lacho. Later, the beginning of the Latcho Tour 2014 / Round 1 was announced in support of the album. The tour started with a Great Concert in Uzhgorod, where songs from the album were performed publically for the first time. During the concert an official studio video of the song Nasha Fajta (Our Kin) was shown. This video was made while the band was recording the album at their studio. As was announced, the band gave a number of concerts in Ukraine and abroad. So far, they have performed in Kyiv, Lviv, Ternopil, Lutsk, Hmelnyskyi and the following festivals: ZAHID, Faine Misto, Kraina Mriy, Lemkiwska Watra in Zhdyna (Poland), Cheremosh Fest, Malyovanka, Ole Dovbush and others.

You can see the full list of the band’s performances in the concert archives.

Trystavisim in Wikipedia

Watch related videos:

 Music for Adults with Mariya Burmaka on ТVІ channel

 Dislocatsia (Official Video)

 Nasha Faita (In Studio)

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