Fismoll (Arkadiusz Glensk) - polish singer and songwriter. His music is a melancholic indie folk, which reminds the famous songs of Icelandic artists like Ólafur Arnalds and Sigur Rós. Fismoll was born in a family of musicians: his father is a violinist and his mother is a cellist. When Arkadiusz was a child, his father noticed that his son sang best in the key of F-sharp minor. Therefore, a young musician took the stage name Fismoll, which has become for him a symbol of the purest and the most natural music that he brings to the world. The debut album of the musician ("At Glade") was released on 18 June 2013. Specific drawings on the album booklet were created by musician's friend Jędrzej Guzik. The single "Let's Play Birds" topped the album. On July 6, 2013 Fismoll has been enthusiastically received by the audience during the Alter Space Open'er Festival in Gdynia. The musician has been invited as a support for the singer Katarzyna Nosowska, who was delighted with his work. Fismoll plays with a team of 5 people, consisting of: Kacper Budziszewski (acoustic guitar, electric guitar), Joanna Glensk (cello, vocals), Kristine Harutyunyan (violin), Robert Amirian (bass, vocals) and Jakub Szydło (drums).