Summer is here, and you know what that means? Pool parties, barbecues, and best of all, open-air concerts! In the past, Eurovision acts such as Mandinga fulfilled the demand for a catchy tune with a laid-back, fun vibe. However, after falling flat on their face with their new singles, and after a contest full of ballads and slower anthems in Copenhagen, we were almost out of luck to find a Eurovision dance song we could blast all summer. Fortunately, five countries came to the rescue this year, and we have a barely-there playlist to blast at our sleeping neighbors. However, we need a bit of help deciding who should be the highlight…

You can listen to five of our favourite dance songs from this year’s contest below. Then vote for your favourite! You can only vote for one song, so make it count…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_78Z6xxN9s

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greeceeee rise up. The other songs is CHEAP.

RISE UP!!!!!

Kai
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Kai

wawawe wawe 🙂 Suzyyyyyy

Darren
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Darren

Personally, I keep listening to Hungary
But I think Greece and Portugal have summer song potential!

francesca
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francesca

Portugal of couse! Even if you don’t understand a word, you’ll allways sing wa wa we wa we!! “Quero ser tua” is a very catchy song and very good to dance!

tom
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tom

Pre-defining choices isn’t exactly a choice. Anyhow, my personal summer hit of 2014 is, hands down, ‘When the beat drops out’ by Marlon Roudette.

Lalala
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Lalala

Rise up of course!

alex
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alex

Suzy’s song could be included in the World Cup compilation! Such a fun song! A shame it didn’t qualify.

Greece’s song could be charting in Western charts, it’s modern and uplifting

iwantsalmon
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iwantsalmon

I think Lithuania’s song should be added to the list.

iwantsalmon
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iwantsalmon

I’m sorry to say but I think Denmark’s song will get slightly annoying when you play it over and over again. Tijana’s “To the Sky” is good and so is “Rise Up” by Freaky Fortune and Risky Kidd. “Moustache” and “Quero Ser Tua” were pretty average.

Julian
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Julian

none

Aless
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Aless

C’mon guys Greek song is awful, the good one is Portugal.

Gavin
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Gavin

This should be opened up to remixes. In that case ‘children of the universe’ and ‘dancing in the rain’.*

‘To the Sky’ is really overlooked and is allready my summer tune.

*british summer.

BIONDA
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BIONDA

OF COURSE RISE UP.IT WAS GREAT.I NEVER UNDERSTOOD WHY THE JURY GAVE THESE AWFUL VOTES.SOMETHING IS DEFINITELY WRONG.I GUESS EBU MUST CREATE ONEAND ONLY JURY WITH CRITICS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD AND NOT 5 PATHETIC PEOPLE FROM A COUNTRY THAT MIGHT HATE ANOTHER ONE!

Winter
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Winter

Personally I would say Macedonia but I voted my second (Portugal) to try and stop Greece, who’s song I hated. 😛

Lolly
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Lolly

Obviously it’s Portugal! The Greek is not even played in Greece. The other just should not had been included

Branko
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Branko

Not really a “summer hit”, but the only song that still makes some effort in the charts and on radio here in Germany is… the Netherlands and “Calm after the storm” (even though I still do not really get the huge hype about it)

ESCFan
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ESCFan

ESC Songs are only hits in May not at summer there’s new songs now released by the ESC artists!

Pastora Soler haha
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Pastora Soler haha

None… at least in Spain.

A few years ago it was lala love, Cyprus’ song.

Ja
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Ja

Rise Up! No the two cheap songs “quero ser tua” and “to the sky” please.

Vlatko Horvat
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Vlatko Horvat

In Croatia to the sky will be the summer hit

Timselvision
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Timselvision

I think Denmark´s, but I don´t like it :’)

davve
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davve

atleast in western europe Denmarks song will be the summer hit!