BOKKA have been surprising for 10 years with their unconventional approach to image, exuberant live shows and stylistic volleys – from the nostalgic debut spotted by Pitchfork, through the energetic album Don't Kiss And Tell, the cosmic Life On Planet B, to the apocalyptic Blood Moon. Remaining anonymous for the past 10 years, they have been operating on their own unique terms. They have 4 well-received albums to their credit, 3 Fryderyk nominations, and their work has been recommended by many foreign media. An original approach to creating their image and music, using unconventional instrumentation, often consisting of random objects, quickly became Bokki's trademark. The group's potential was instantly recognised abroad, e.g. at The Great Escape, Colours of Ostrava, Reeperbahn Eurosonic festival, as well as in clubs in Brussels, Prague and Budapest. The group is also recognised for the visuals of their music. The video for the song Walk on a Wire received the Grand Prix at the Polish Music Video Awards, an honourable mention at the Berlin Music Video Awards, and was the only one from Poland to be nominated at the Camerimage festival among artists such as Lykke Li, Harry Styles and Rammstein.