Trupa Trupa - Glory

Trupa Trupa - Glory

Trupa Trupa


Single & Video Premiere

Glitterbeat Records

Louder Than War Bomb Rating 4.5


Gdansk based Trupa Trupa release standout track from their album Of The Sun, Glory. We premiere the stunning video by internationally renowned Polish artist  Maciek Chodziński. 

Keeping the momentum going after an amazing string of releases followed by one of the albums of the year, the band releases Glory with its accompanying video. out on the 27th of November, the track is a glorious celebration full of hope. At the core is a lo-fi industrial pulse which is overlaid by a triumphant vocal; simple and uplifting. It breaks into an emotional chorus which like everything Trupa Trupa tears at your heartstrings.

The video has echoes of 80’s Spectrum graphics with the main character on their knees celebrating the sun and the stars under a drifting skyline.  Currently living In Warsaw, Chodziński was born in Gdańsk, He studied Philosophy at the University of Gdańsk and Graphic Design at the city’s Academy of Fine Arts. He works in a variety of mediums, lately focusing on art videos and installations.

The track closes an epic year for the Polish post-punk outfit. Check out our review of Of The Sun here.

Trupa Trupa embark on a short European tour which sees them play Brighton, Glasgow, and Leeds next week!

Check out the dates below:

Nov 27 → Tourcoing, France – Festival Haute Fréquence
Nov 28 → Nyon, Switzerland – La Parpenthese
Nov 29 → Basel, Switzerland- Hirscheneck
Nov 30 → Winterthur, Switzerland- Albani [with Glaston]
Dec 02 → Brighton, UK – The Hope & Ruin
Dec 04 → Glasgow,  UK – The Hug & Pint
Dec 05 → Leeds [UK], Hyde Park Book Club
Dec 07 → Nijmegen [NL], Upon The My Oh My Festival
Dec 09 → Copenhagen [DK], Huset
Dec 11 → Groningen [NL], VERA
Jan 10 → Bognor Regis [UK], Rockaway Beach Festival



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Article by Nigel Carr. More writing by Nigel on Louder Than War can be found in his Author’s archive. You can find Nigel on Twitter and Facebook and his own Website.

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