The 2014 Albanian Eurovision representative Hersiana Matmuja has concluded her promotional tour and has been busy appearing on numerous Albanian TV shows. Recently, Hersi performed the acoustic version of “One Night’s Anger” on Adi Krasta’s A Krasta Show.

Not only that, she has been rehearsing with her two backing vocalists and composer, Genti Lako. The backing vocalists are Olsa Papandili and Erga Halilaj. Looks like they’ve got chemistry, y’all!

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Just being honest
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Just being honest

Very underrated. A superb song that’s a fine blend of class and modern rock. I hope the juries help get this song to the finals.

Marcelo N
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This song is so precious… full of musicality, subtle corners and her nice voice, never screeching. I expect they will bring back some of the harsher feel it originally had as they perform the definitive version 😉
And someone PLEASE COACH HER ON THE “i” SOUNDS! Just like Cristina Scarlat (and several others, especially from Central Europe eastwards, e.g. Dima Koldun), she makes it sound so odd and distracting, “feeleeng”, “teeckleeng”. I know the English vowel sound system may be tough, but please work on it artists!

garfo
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garfo

I my opinion she has one of the strongest voices of the competition!

igli
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igli

As a pianist. I always have a feeling that the singers has courage to do two things in the same time and Hersi is perfect playing piano and singing too.
I’m so surprised.
It’s my first time of this song and I think this will win.
I’m affraid but probably (99%) Tirana 2015.

rea
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rea

This is the prove that Albania has talented and professional artists.
Hersi’s voice is powerful and sweet in the same time.
I like so much this accustic live performance.
I hate her in positive meaning because I would like to have the same qualities.
All us would like to be like her. 🙂

Wergie
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Wergie

She’s good live.

Poezia
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Poezia

I can’t believe what an artist she is, and I can’t believe that people can still find things to say…
SHE IS VERY RARE, that’s all I can say.

Robyn
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Robyn

This is a really sweet song, but I think that will be also count against it. It doesn’t seem to be dynamic enough to really make an impact on stage.

Ryanireland
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Ryanireland

I don’t get this song, I doubt it’ll qualify, have loved loads of Albanian entries, image of you, and suus in particular

Alex
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Alex

I appreciate the effort, though. It’s a good thing to have more performances of Eurovision songs with live instruments, and she shows that she can sing well and play an instrument at the same time (remember Rock n Roll Kids?)

Alex
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Alex

As a pianist, I actually don’t like this performance as much. Lift up the pedal when the chords change, Hersi!!!

Erk
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Erk

Absoulutely Albanian version is better than English version and live performance is better than record.

Easpag
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Easpag

Far better than the current version. It’s sound a lot like the old version, which was far superior to the song as it is now.

Fatima
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Fatima

I definitely like this live version more than the video