Back in December we reported that Polish Eurovision fans are dying to hear the Polish hit “My Slowianie” at Eurovision 2014. Performed by Donatan and Cleo, it’s an urban dance jam that came out after the September 1 Eurovision cut-off date. Today’s release of the English-language version—”Slavic Girls”—is now stirring rumours that this song will represent Poland in Copenhagen.
You can listen to the English version by clicking here.
Fans believe Poland would send the English version to the contest. The Polish version has already racked up more than 37 million views on YouTube since its November release.
This reminds us of a Polish “Igranka”—and with all the fun and craziness that implies. Just check out the lyrics: “Cream and butter taste so good…our beauty is famous all over the world, you gotta see it for yourself…”
Poland needs a lift at Eurovision, having fallen hard since their debut when they finished second. They have only cracked the Top 10 once since then and have only qualified for the final twice in eight years. Despite being a fan favourite (and doing quite well in a wiwi poll) in 2011, they came last. Ouch.
So, would you say this would be a great return for Poland? Or another last place finish? Let us know in the comments box below!