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Five songs to keep an eye on in Tuesday's semi-final 1

Last year's success – Cyprus came in second place, best location ever, with Eleni Foureiras hot ”Fuego” – has given the appetite. Consequently, they hired the same choreographer and asked basically the same låtskrivarteam writing basically the same song again (kongenialt enough, is named ”Replay”). Tamta has a chilly charisma but compensates with a classic klädryck on the scene.

this Polish indiefolkrockkvartetten sing in the traditional way: open, straight, in unison, clear and without the slightest tendency to vibrato, which controlled the screams. The fascinating sound likely to be a watershed, but personally I am extremely fond. They are also perfectly styled (a third fe in costume, one-third skräckhäxa, a third deer).

It is actually a bit of a shame that such a festive scenidé – Kate Miller-Heidke and her two dancers sway back and forth on top of the gigantic sticks against a rymdfond! – wasted on such a terrible song. The ”Zero gravity” is the uncontrollably goofy kitschopera that may Malena Ernmans ”La voix” to appear as Bob Dylan in comparison. But that said, the pinnsvajet is furious fun tv!

No, he does well in all honesty, unfortunately, no more than marginal chances to even go on to the finals. But Conan Osíris bizarre song about cell phones is the sensitive most fascinating experimental piece crossover-folktronika. A skewed almost yrselframkallande dansperformanceföreställning in broccoligrönt silk, with plaintive vocals and festive false beards.

One of the year's absolute best songs. Greek-canadian Katerine Duska reminds sometimes about Annie Lennox when she sings, even if Duskas voice is more elastic and sometimes rather almost approaching an eccentric Kate Bush in falsetterna. Scenshowen seems very promising with grand highly aestheticized fencing, tyllvingar and pink flower petals.

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