The line-up of this year’s Orange Warsaw Festival 2015 expands with Incubus, Bastille, Paloma Faith and Kamp!. Incubus will play in Poland for the very first time on June 14th, along with Bastille. Paloma Faith and Kamp! will perform a day before, on Saturday, June 13th.

INCUBUS is an American rock band formed in 1991. Their first release, Fungus Amongus, was released by the band’s own independent label in 1995 and resulted in signing a record deal with Immortal Records. Their biggest commercial success came after releasing their 1999 album, Make Yourself. The album went platinum and the single promoting it, Drive, reached number one on Modern Rock Charts and Top 10 on Billboard Hot 100. Their most recent release, the 2011 album, If Not Now, When?, was followed by an 18 months of touring. The band also took part in a participatory media exhibit and real-time documentary called Incubus HQ Live that allowed unprecedented fan access and interaction. Footage, music and art from the seven day event became available as a special edition box set in 2012. Currently, the artists are finishing works on the new material and their gig during Orange Warsaw Festival 2015 will be their first appearance in Poland ever.

BASTILLE are an English rock band formed in 2010 in London. The group was formed by the vocalist Dan Smith, who derived the name from Bastille Day – an event celebrated on Smith's birthday. Their debut studio album, Bad Blood, was released in March 2013 and debuted atop the UK Albums Chart. The single promoting the album, Pompeii, introduced the band to the wider audience reaching over 166 million views on YouTube and permanently writing into radio playlists.

In 2014, the band was nominated to BRIT Awards in four categories: British Album of the Year, Breakthrough Act, British Group, British Single of the Year and British album of the Year, winning for Breakthrough Act. The band is currently working on their next album, scheduled for release in 2015 and is among the nominees for a Grammy Award in the prestigious category of Best New Artist.

PALOMA FAITH is a British singer and songwriter, known for her own unique style. Faith released her debut album Do You Want the Truth or Something Beatutiful in 2009. The album was well-received and was certified double-platinum in the UK. In 2012, Faith released her second studio album, Fall to Grace. The album was promoted by the single Picking Up the Pieces, which reached top 10 on UK Singles Charts. Her most recent album, A Perfect Contradiction was released in 2014 and has become her most successful album to date.

KAMP! debuted in 2009 with the Thales One EP, first polish attempt to confront with popular electro acts. Without strings to any specific genre, in 2012 artists released a double single Heats/Distance of the Modern Hears, a little bit by accident were named a hope for polish electro music and getting attention from foreign labels. Their first release abroad came out in 2011, with the Portuguese label Discotexas. The premiere of Cairo was a new beginning for Kamp! and allowed them to explore new directions in music, resulting in releasing their self-titled debut album. Dreampop compositions, next to more house-like sounds were well received and resulted in over 10 000 album copies sold and a solid reputation for playing gigs and festivals around the world – in Shanghai, London or even Los Angeles.

Late summer last year, Kamp! got into the Red Bull studios in Madrid, where they came up with completely new material. Dirty and a little bit retro Baltimore EP was released in August 2014. Their gig during Orange Warsaw Festival will be their first live performance in 2015.