Żywiołak was formed in early 2005, initially as a musical duet: Robert Jaworski (a former member of bands like ich troLe and Warsaw Village Band) and Robert Wasilewski (the co-founder and guitarist of Open Folk).
Almost all of 2005 saw a laborious collaboration between these two musicians, who were later joined by two female vocalists, Anna Piotrowska of the group Goście z Nizin and Izabela Byra from Detonacja, as well as an ethnic percussion specialist, Maciej Łabudzki, who was later replaced by Maciej Dymek. The band made its debut recording EP “Music of psychedelic Świteziankia” and shortly thereafter LP “New Ex – Tradition”. Since 2011, for the new concept-album “Global Village” in the band appear the new singers Monika Wierzbicka (Nina Nu) and Karina Kumorek (Kara). The band exists until the summer of 2013. After this time, the existing roads diverge musicians. Robert Wasilewski – one of the founders of the band assume Warszał project. In 2014, team founder Robert Jaworski appoints new musical composition referring to the early achievements of the team. Since that time, in addition to Jaworski team consists of guitarist Kamil Strzyżewski , drummer Patrycja Wojkowska and vocalists Wiktoria Kwiatkowska .
The band has played numerous outdoor and club concerts all over Poland, promoted Polish culture in Moscow and Vienna, and toured in Germany, Norway, Denmark, France, Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania and even Siberia.