Review: Denmark- Lighthouse X ‘Soldiers of Love’

Denmark Lighthouse X Eurovision 2016

After an absolute stinker last year with Anti Social Media, Denmark are hoping to return to their usually good form at Eurovision with boyband Lighthouse X. The band (pronounced Lighthouse Ten) will compete in Stockholm with their song ‘Soldiers of Love’. We assess if they have what it takes to get Denmark to the Eurovision final this year in our review.

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Denmark Choose Lighthouse X for 2016!

Denmark Lighthouse X Eurovision 2016Denmark’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix came to a head tonight with ten acts vying to be chosen as the Danish Eurovision entry for 2016. In the end it was Lighthouse X that were chosen by the public to go to Stockholm to compete in May.

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Poll Results: Denmark!

Denmark Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2016The ten acts competing in this year’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix will shortly take to the stage in the hopes of being the Danish Eurovision act for 2016. But who did you vote as your favourite? Continue reading

Where Are They Now: The Class of 2015 (Part 3)

 

Eurovision 2015 Netherlands Rehearsal

In this new feature we catch up with the acts from Eurovision 2015 and find out what they’ve been up to in the five months since Eurovision 2015 was staged in Vienna. Continue reading

Semi Final 1- The Results

Eurovision 2015 Semi Final 1Tonight saw the results of the first Eurovision Semi Finals and we now know which ten acts of the sixteen from the first live show will join the big five, Australia and hosts Austria in Saturday’s Final. Read on to find out who made it through.

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Rehearsals Sneak Peek: Day Two!

Eurovision 2015 Denmark Anti Social MediaToday the acts from Serbia, Hungary, Belarus, Russia, Denmark, Albania, Romania and Georgia all got the chance to have their first practice run through on the Eurovision stage. Wiener Stadhalle in the Austrian capital has been totally transformed for the Contest and you can get a little sneak preview of some of the acts by reading on. Continue reading

Review: Denmark- Anti Social Media ‘The Way You Are’

anti social mediaDenmark’s choice for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest is boy band Anti Social Media. Anyone who knows me knows I love a boy band – this one however is not one that I am particularly emphatic about. There were many other better boy bands that weren’t picked to represent their country at Eurovision this year. Ones that immediately come to mind include Hungary’s Spoon, Finland’s Satin Circus and even Australian boy band JTR who competed in Melodifestivalen to be Sweden’s entry. Continue reading

Eurovision 2015 Top 40 Poll Week 1

il voloNow that all the Eurovision Songs have been announced, we want to here from you. Which songs are your favourite? You can vote for up to five songs in our poll which will determine the Top 40. Continue reading

15 Things We Learned This Week

anti social media1. Denmark became the tenth country to choose their song for the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Anti Social Media won the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix on Saturday with their song ‘The Way You Are’ after receiving the highest combined votes of jury and public.

2. Runner up Anne Gadegaard wasn’t pleased with the results as she had received the highest amount of votes from the public. The ‘Suitcase’ singer took to social media to complain about the jury decision saying that it should have been her that was selected to represent Denmark.

3. The 60th Anniversary concert organised by the BBC was confirmed this week. Continue reading

Anti Social Media Chosen to Represent Denmark

anti social mediaFollowing a ten act battle in the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, Anti Social Media and their song ‘The Way You Are’ have been chosen as the Danish representative for Eurovision 2015.

The four piece beat off strong competition from duo Tina and Rene, girl band World of Girls, jazz outfit Marcel and Soulman Group, Sara Sukurani, folk pop singer Cecilie Alexandra as well as Babou, Andy Roda, Julie Bjerre and Anne Gadegaard.

The contest was held at the Gigantium in Aalborg and hosted by Esben Bjerre Hansen and Jacob Riising. Last year’s winner Basim also made a guest appearance.

Listen to the winning song below and let us know if you think Denmark have made the right decision?