Cleaning Women is an experimental group from Finland, according to legend, created by members of a team consisting of three cleaning robots with code names: CW01, CW03 and CW04. The band plays unique, custom-made tools made from recycled household items or materials removed from trash. All this is already so intriguing that a separate invitation to go on a journey through the amazing world of music will not require Cleaning Women. The sound of this group is a unique phenomenon, balancing between the traditions of industrial style and something completely strange: it is obvious that all this must be listened to, and most importantly, be seen on stage. The team formed at the very beginning of the 2000s and released three albums before taking a break for several years. This year the band returns with its first in a decade album “Intersubjectivity”, mixed by Alexander Hakke from the legendary Einstürzende Neubauten. For more than 20 years of existence, the group has played over 550 concerts in more than 20 countries, and we look forward to their performances at our festival.