The reigning Eurovision champ Netta Barzilai has released a new single and accompanying music video this morning. The song is entitled ‘Bassa Sababa’ and instead of featuring chicken noises (like her Eurovision track ‘Toy’), it features noises by rhinoceroses.
What do you get when you cross Pink and Game of Thrones’ Joffrey Baratheon, throw in an accordion, a cello and some moany vocals for good measure? You get Elaiza: Germany’s choice for Eurovision 2014.
Her song ‘Is it Right?’ is a boring, one-dimensional piece with annoying vocals that sustain overly-prolonged lyrics and notes for far
It’s time for us to take a look at Estonia’s Eurovision offering; Tanja’s ‘Amazing’. Does it live up to it’s name? Is the song amazing? Not by a long shot. The song begins with a weird echoing sound and builds a little bit at the chorus but the shoeless singer’s vocals are at best off-key and at worst sound like someone is gargling mouthwash.