After being announced as Poland’s participants for Eurovision in Tel Aviv with “Fire of Love (Pali się)”, non-conventional girl group Tulia have yet again proven their worth on the big stage.

The group, who were only formed in 2017, won the ‘Debut of the Year’ award at the Polish Fryderyk awards – the equivalent of the Grammys for their nation. The awards celebrate Poland’s finest musical artists in pop, jazz and classical music.

They posted their delight on their Instagram account after winning the award:

“2019 for us will be unforgettable. The only unique award for debut of the year was in our participation. Thank you to the academy of record for trust and huge distinction. Congratulations to all nominees and winners!”

“Emotions are not decreasing at all…we are already home, we are happy with our loved ones, but we want to thank once again the Academy of Record and our listeners: for all concerts, for listening to our album, for appreciation, trust, acceptance, all cordial conversations, words, wishes good luck, congratulations, handshakes, nice looks and unique smiles. We love your music, how brave and talented you are! We love our audience – you are always with us!”

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_____________________________________________________________ Emocje wcale nie malej?… jeste?my ju? w domach, cieszymy si? w gronie najbli?szych, ale chcemy jeszcze raz podzi?kowa? (Akademii Fonograficznej oraz naszym s?uchaczom): za wszystkie koncerty, za to, ?e s?uchacie naszej p?yty, za uznanie, zaufanie, akceptacj?, wszystkie serdeczne rozmowy, s?owa, ?yczenia powodzenia, gratulacje, u?ciski d?oni, mi?e spojrzenia i wyj?tkowe u?miechy. Kochamy Wasz? muzyk?, to jacy jeste?cie odwa?ni i zdolni- inspirujecie nas! Kochamy nasz? publiczno??- zawsze jeste?cie z nami! Fryderykowi niezmienne 100 (i wi?cej) lat! Zespó? Tulia? _____________________________________________________________ #tulia #fryderyki #debut #friends @fryderykfestiwal #2019

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Tulia climbed the charts in 2018 after releasing their self-titled debut album, which received platinum certification and won three awards at the ‘National Festival of Polish Song’ in Opole. Since then, they have continued to tour across the country with their unique harmonic sound.

Do you think Tulia’s fire will keep burning and take the crown in Tel Aviv? Let us know in the comments.

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Mary
Mary
1 year ago

Girls and their music are unique !!!!

Mary
Mary
1 year ago

This song and these beautiful girls are unique [email protected] so good luck for them !!!

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1 year ago

Eurovision’s Next Top Model 2019? Polish girls are so beautiful!

gniewpastoralu
gniewpastoralu
1 year ago
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Everybody keeps saying that Polish girls are beautiful and I’m starting to think it means that my parents adopted me from abroad

Luk
Luk
1 year ago

Tulia is the best

Iejdhcr
Iejdhcr
1 year ago
Reply to  Luk

Are you talking about yourself and your friends? 😛

Michal P
Michal P
1 year ago

I think it’s worth mentioning that Roksana Wegiel, last year’s Junior Eurovision winner, was also one of the nominees in the same category 😉

Luk
Luk
1 year ago

Poland deserving of final eurovision Top 5

Romeo Ru
Romeo Ru
1 year ago

Where is there song? Can u Put it here?

Mina
Mina
1 year ago

I love Tulia: cool music! I hope I will make it to see them live at one point in my life.

Luk
Luk
1 year ago

Beautiful women. Good luck for Eurovision 2019
Poland song is unique

I am Thor, I am Thor
I am Thor, I am Thor
1 year ago

Each girls have pretty hair

Loin dici
1 year ago

Oh… oh my… they’re very… beautiful!

Ann
Ann
1 year ago

Congratulations!

Kovalska
Kovalska
1 year ago

I’m happy for them, I think it’s good to show some of the traditional music to wider audience. But unfortunately a lot of people in Poland are unhappy with this choice for Eurovision and in mainstream media they are spreading a lot of hate (NOT constructive criticism) – that this is music for peasants, hicks, old people form small towns etc., that they’re screaming so bad that ears are bleeding, that they should go back to “their” barn, cowshed etc. 🙁 I know their music is not everyone’s cup of tea and some people won’t like their “white singing”, but… Read more »

Una
Una
1 year ago
Reply to  Kovalska

I hope Tulia will stay strong and have a great performance. From what I see, countries from Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans are the ones that maintain their traditional music and showcase it. I think that’s a big plus and that they make a good job. I mean, on the other hand there is also much criticism about globalization of music that is influenced by commercial, generic and plastic styles but they are also lauded at the same time?
I salute Poland’s choice with Tulia and wish them all the best.

Kovalska
Kovalska
1 year ago
Reply to  Una

Well, thank you very much for support! It’s very uplifting to see comment like this after all the hatred in polish mainstream media.
I also think that showing and bringing some ethnicity and country traditionallity in music in Eurovision is a good thing – there’s a lot of different, original and interesting cultures – I think celebrating such kind of diversity is quite important and rather positie. Personally I love songs that are influenced by or contain the ethnic/folk elements 🙂

Una
Una
1 year ago
Reply to  Kovalska

You are welcome! I like ethnic/folk elements too. And I appreciate songs performed in the country’s language. I wish more countries would do that and not care necessarily about winning but showing something of their culture.
Now I can’t wait to see their performance!! The selection is over and now the live shows are something to look forward to.

Whisker
Whisker
1 year ago
Reply to  Kovalska

Rude is way too kind. Disgusting and revolting is more suitable to say. At least Polish people don’t get to vote for their national entry.

Nikki
Nikki
1 year ago
Reply to  Kovalska

I love the song, the mixture of traditional sounds and rock gets me all the way. I don’t like my country’s traditional music (flamenco if anyone wonders it) but I’ve never said a bad word about it, and I do know flamenco rythmed song I like (I love Estopa, who do also mix flamenco and rumba sound with rock ryhtms, so there’s a thing there). Eurovision is about showing your music and your culture, whatever is fully ethnic, fully mainstream (hi Sweden!) or a mix of both as Tulia is doing. All my luck for them, and I’d love them… Read more »

uwu vision
uwu vision
1 year ago
Reply to  Kovalska

Wtf, why are so many countries sending hate to the chosen artists? It makes me so sad reading what people are saying to their representatives. Tulia are freakin amazing and I hope they can stay strong and ignore the pure hate. ?

Una
Una
1 year ago

Congratulations Tulia and good luck in Tel Aviv 🙂