Where these songs robbed of a place in the final?
Is holding out better?
Lys Assia, the first-ever winner of Eurovision, has emerged from hospital and resumed her ranting. Last year she told us that Switzerland could have gotten some points in Baku if they had chosen her instead of Sinplus. Yesterday in the press centre she told wiwiblogger Deban Aderemi that the producer behind Switzerland’s current contestants—the Salvation […]
Deban: Takasa’s backstage rehearsal has a celestial feel. Their wardrobe is inoffensive, and serves as a stage uniform. Although this element slightly borders on the foundations of occultism, Takasa pull it off. The LED is somewhat confusing. What’s all that shattered glass effect meant to symbolise? Still, despite the odds, the audience is left with […]
William and Vebooboo spent Saturday evening inside Amsterdam’s Melkweg music hall for Eurovision in Concert. More than 20 acts performed, but a handful really stood out for exceeding our expectations. We’re not going to review contestants who were as amazing as we anticipated they would be (hello Ukraine!) but instead the ones that really surprised us. […]
After putting on our tightest pair of lederhosen and trekking through the Alps, the Wiwi Jury stopped in Zurich to review Takasa’s Eurovision song “You and Me”. Did the Salvation Army band fill us with the holy spirit? Or were we hoping to drown them in some holy water? Read our reviews to find out.
Read the lyrics to “You and Me” by Heilsarmee—Switzerland’s contestants for Eurovision 2013.