Since Australia debuted at Eurovision in 2015, Voyager sought to represent their country at Eurovision. After a few attempts, they finally get the chance to do so with their song Promise, which blends darkness and light, like the current state of the world.
Eurovision is a childhood dream for Theodor Andrei, and this year, it will come true with “D.G.T (Off and On)”. Here, we get to know his musical journey, his interest in theatre, and the many influences involved in his staging!
The return of a 100% televoting semi-final brings upon its advantages, along with its faults. What can we learn from the last time such a semifinal was utilized?
One thing which Americans won’t see this next cycle is the American Song Contest, which was announced to be canceled. This doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t remember it, though. What will you miss about this contest?
A Swedish institution which gets even more viewers than Eurovision itself, Melodifestivalen is known for its poppy songs, slick production, and incorporation of international trends. What should you know about this well-known national final?
Before there was Eurovision, there’s the Sanremo Music Festival, one of Italy’s most loved institutions. More than a mere national final, it’s an entertainment spectacle filled with music, banter, and some of the unexpected. Hold on tight!
In the first of our national finals series, we look at Vidbir! Ukraine’s new national selection is known for its wide diversity of songs, as well as the controversies involved in its current political climate.