Nine-piece string'n'brass band Tęgie Chłopy invite us back to the golden days of the village wedding dance, reviving floor-filling foxtrots, tangos, polkas, mazurkas and more with full-on fervour. The band's home region of Kielce in Central Poland has long been associated with brass band music and they continue this tradition with trumpet, saxophone, clarinet and bass tuba adding sonorous weight to the folk ensemble line-up of violins, accordion and drum. Their award-winning 2015 debut album, Dansing, featured their mentor, 84-year old multi-instrumentalist Stanislaw Witkowski of the region's legendary wedding band, the Witkowski Brothers, passing on the tricks of the trade, on full display on the 2017 follow-up, Wesele! (Wedding!). Tęgie Chłopy have enlivened stages of all sizes throughout Poland and have exported their energetic old style groove to festivals from Scandinavia to South Korea.