Misia Furtak

Misia Furtak

Misia Furtak is a composer, singer, bass player, and activist. Together with Très.B, an international indie rock band she sang and played bass for, she received a Fryderyk Award and Poland’s prestigious Polityka’s Passport. Solo, as Misia Ff, Furtak won the Grzegorz Ciechowski Award. She later collaborated with eg. Mazolewski Quintet (the album she appears on was awarded a Gold Record), arranged for a project realized with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, and with Hatti Vatti, the quirky electronic producer from Tricity, she formed an intriguing indie-electronic duo – Ffrancis. In 2019, she released the self-produced “Co przyjdzie?”, written together with Hania Rani. Vogue writes: “With this album, Misia Furtak is elevated to the league of PJ Harvey, Feist, and Cat Power”. Her latest release is “Wybory”, a gentle chronicle of the last year in Poland’s politics.

Christian Balvig (a.o Efterklang), Gareth Quinn Redmond ( a.o Bell X1), and Albert Karch ( a.o Ichiko Aoba) are some of her collaborators on the album. She has performed several hundred shows in Europe and Japan, sharing a stage with amongst others The National, Arlo Parks & many others. She is a selected Keychange artist 2022.