The Saturday Tea is a garage rock three piece based in Warsaw, Poland. Their music is filled with dirt, bluesy reverbs, simple beats, distorted guitars and most importantly - catchy hooks you just can’t get out of your head.
Even before releasing their debut LP, they were invited to play at some of the biggest Polish music festival’s, including 2012 OFF Festival in Katowice (among Iggy Pop and Ty Segall). They are gaining their underground fame touring extensively throughout Poland, supporting foreign acts and promoting recently released album entitled “Shindig” (Bad Indian Recordings). That led them to get airplay in major national Polish radio stations, especially in Polish Radio 3 (by far the most popular one), where songs featured in “Shindig” are frequent guests on the alternative playlists.
“Shindig” was recorded, mixed and produced by Michał Kupicz (leading Polish independent recording engi- neer) and mastered in Chicago by mastering engineer Carl Saff (Sub Pop, Drag City, Matador). It has received very positive reviews. Now the band is working on the album’s follow up which is planned to be released in the first half of 2015.