In summer 2010 the band played at their first festival Tek saulužė ant maračių (Nida, Lithuania), then quickly gained momentum and started participating at various other events, crowned by the annual festival of Baltic culture Mėnuo juodaragis and the modern folk festival Suklegos. The end of 2010 marked the release of a split album with the Belorussian dark-ambient group Pragnavit. The album was dedicated to the 600th anniversary of the Grunwarld Battle. The year 2011 began with even more concerts, new band members and new songs, which were compiled into Gyvata’s first full album Su vėjužiu kalbėjau (I Talked with the Wind). The album, characterised by a dreamy sea-side spirit, was successfully introduced in 2012 and now it is almost all sold out.
However, there are rumours about a re-release, which will feature both the split Broliai karelin jojo and Su vėjužiu kalbėjau, which is supposed to be realeased in 2017. 2013 marked a new lineup and new songs, it was also the first time for Gyvata to play abroad at Noc Besov festival (Slovakia). Each new member joining during 2014-2016 brought in something new, slightly shifting Gyvata’s sound. In 2016 the band began recording a new album, which will feature the songs created throughout 2013-2015 with one completely new song, which still fits in the said "stage" of the band's creative life. Current members: Simonas (dūdmaišis/bagpipe), Elena (smuikas, vokalas/violin, vocal), Audrius (gitara/guitar) Agnė (vokalas/vocal), Agneta (kanklės), Gabrielė (gitara/guitar), Seržas (būgnai/drums), Vaidotas (bass) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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