Pull The Wire was established by a group of friends in 2006. They are inspired by classic British punk, the new wave of Californian punk rock and looks towards the rich history of Polish punk rock music. Four musicians from Żyrardów are known for their loud, no-holds-barred lyrics and powerful tunes. Their fans often mention that taking part in their concerts in more like going out for a few beers with a group of good mates.
Pull The Wire have played at the festival before, but this time they have secured their slot in the line-up of the online festival, which we call the Most Beautiful House Party in the world thanks to the overwhelming support from their fans. Pull The Wire has topped the ranking of the online Emerging Bands poll. Traditionally, the bands, chosen by jury take part in a live contest, where they can showcase their concert prowess. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we had to move the competition online and rely on the fans to show us who would draw the biggest audience to the screens to enjoy the online edition of the festival. There were 10287 votes cast in the poll, with 1 854 votes in support of Pull The Wire.
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