We all remember Tomas N’evergreen from Eurovision 2010—the cheesy Tomas whose duet “In A Moment Like This” did rather well for the Danes (it was co-written by Thomas G:son). Well he’s back and he ain’t into cheese any more. On his new track “Falling For You” he’s got a fantastic pop sound tinged with a bit of Mika. It’s catchy. It’s now. And it’s a real winner.

Tomas—he doesn’t like to be called N’evergreen anymore—owes much of that to Kazakh group A-Studio, who he recruited for the track. Together they’ve put together a sleek, very playful music video that sees them messing about in the Copenhagen Museum of Arts (what bus should I take?). It mixes modern with old: security guards and drummers dance alongside ladies dressed in medieval couture. It’s rather cool and even includes a replica of Michael Jackson!

If Kazakhstan ever joins the contest, I think that A-Studio would be great representatives. If they could translate this video to the stage it’d be bliss! It’s almost enough to make me overlook the live video they’ve done below. It’s a not so great lip-sync of the above.

Enough about that and more about you. What do you think of the song? Comment below and share!

Image source: mirclipov.com

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Tha
Tha
5 years ago

Loved this song!

Marcus (Day One)
Marcus (Day One)
5 years ago

I don’t know whether I like it or hate it mmmm…
It sounds like a Coca-Cola advert.

Thiefo
5 years ago

Well, thanks to this post I’m discovering A-Studio and I must say I’m in love! I agree with William, now that I’m hearing them I would love Kazakhstan to join Eurovision with them representing the country!
As for this song, I’m loving everything from it! The song itself, as well as the visuals from the official video, that girl is gorgeous!

William Lee Adams
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5 years ago

hawt. yes.

Padraig Muldoon
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5 years ago

I was never a fan of his Eurovision effort but I absolutely LOVE this! More please.

Also is it just me or is he looking much better these days?

D
D
5 years ago

In my opinion, Kazakhstan will definitely debut before the end of the decade. Recently they’ve signed agreements for integration (or something like that) into the Council of Europe and when they become members of that, the EBU can accept their application, allowing them to participate.