Kalispera Greece! MAD TV has revealed the video-clips of the entries participating in Greece’s Eurosong 2015. Five artists will fight for the title at Enastron on March 4. Mary Sinatsaki and Doretta Papadimitriou will present the show, which features give very different songs. Whether you’re into jazz or pop or something in between, there’s something for everyone. Watch the video clips below and then let us know who is your favourite. You can vote for as many acts as you would like, but you can only vote one time. So make it count!

Greece Eurosong 2015: The PARTICIPANTS

Thomai Apergi & Legend – “Jazz & Sirtaki”

Maria-Elena Kyriakou – “One Last Breath”

Barrice – “Ela”

C:REAL – “Crash and Burn”

Shaya – “Sunshine”

POLL: WHO SHOULD WIN GREECE’S NATIONAL SELECTION?

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vivian
vivian
6 years ago

Saya

Elpida Hill
Elpida Hill
6 years ago

I think the best chance that GREECE has is with ELENA MARIA KYRIAKOU the other songs are very ordinary to be polite and I think that if Greece goes with any of the other entries except Maria Elena Kyriakous entry, they will occupy the five bottom places, the worst one is Shaya that is so ordinary it isn’t funny I don’t like that one at all.

Edward Nygma
Edward Nygma
6 years ago

All five songs are solid. Greece will not occupy any among bottom 5 or even bottom 10 places this year. Personally, I would like to see Maria Elena in Eurovision. I know it’s a ballad, but: A) it’s a very lovely ballad, B) Greece is known for always sending dance music, so a ballad would be a novelty for them.

Jessica
Jessica
6 years ago

I would have to choose CReal for the best song because yes it may be a pop/rock song but what makes it original to the country is the Bouzouki playing in the background. Shayas song is not bad but it sounds like it could be from another country. Barrice is pretty good as well. Thomai’s song is horrible and Maria’s song is a typical ballad which gets boring after a while. At least Creal’s song has a touch of Greece which is what Eurovision should be about!

George
George
6 years ago

I think that one out of these three ladies will win the Greek NF. My top 3 out of these is: 1.Shaya 2.Thomai 3.Maria Elena..
I think that Shaya can be in top 10 because of the televoting and will stand tall with so many ballads…Thomai can bee in the top 15 for the same reason… Maria Elena can be in top 15 because its a good ballad but not the best 🙂
The other two between 20-25 or no final!

Myopinionesc
Myopinionesc
6 years ago

I think Greece should withdraw. What happens every year is just unfair. Juries keep dragging greeks to the bottom. In 2011 Greece would finish 3th ( !!! ) and in 2012 9th if it weren’t the juries. There was not a single year so far that Greece was benefited from the juries. I am praying that someday we will return to the old format ( televoting only ), I can’t stand the fact that 5 random people from each country affect the final results so much. Greece should do what Turkey did. Let’s leave the contest with dull ballads like… Read more »

WTF
WTF
6 years ago

I hope Greece has the balls to send Thomai.

Kostas
Kostas
6 years ago

I support Shaya all the way!!! Her song is very happy and it makes u want to dance!! As a greek I would be ashamed if we send any other song…

Isaac
Isaac
6 years ago

Here is a link to my top 5 video of Greece this year!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvCb1CkYIe0

albanianfan
albanianfan
6 years ago

“One last breath” – the best from these songs …I think it will win but ….why is this song so Elhaida’s songs cause Albania will have also a ballad too . “Im still alive” is coming … and part of the lyrics of this song include the words –im still alive — WTF LOL … I hope Elhaida’s song will be so different song from this lol

Zac
Zac
6 years ago

*whilst

Zac
Zac
6 years ago

I love Thonai and Shaya nearly equally, however Shaya can make top 10 with a good performance, and, whislt I love her, I don’t think Thomai can.

SteKay
SteKay
6 years ago

Only one that stood out to me was Barrice.

The dance break is the best thing about Thomai’s song.

Shaya I was looking forward too but I’m disappointed and it sounds so familiar but i can’t put my finger on it??

The rest are eww

Escfanpol
Escfanpol
6 years ago

Damn it! How do greeks do it every year? Best eurovision country ( among Sweden and Azerbaijan ) right now!

Mar
Mar
6 years ago

Thomai or Shaya for me! Although I could see all of these songs doing well at ESC, I mean, Greece has made top 10 with worse song.
Man I love that Greece always does well in the contest with songs that are so distinguishably greek. I can think of few other countries that display their culture so successfully on stage (your time will come one day Portugal, keep faith).

Sam
Sam
6 years ago

None of these are particularly good. Seems like it will be between Shaya and Thomai but even then I think Greece’s unbroken qualification record is at risk…

ct
ct
6 years ago

I’m between Barrice and Shaya. It will come down to the live performance I guess.

Maria-Elena’s ballad is probably the worst of the bunch. So 90s and such a lame “Rise like a phoenix” ending…

D
D
6 years ago

The only one I kinda like is “Ela”. Thomai is absolutely horrible please don’t send her. C:Real and Maria are also pretty bad. Shaya’s ok, probably my second favourite but I don’t really like her either. Sorry Greece but you’d be lucky to make the top 20 this year.

Alex
Alex
6 years ago

Barrice’s song is very good (although repetitive) but everything goes wrong when the bouzouki begins !!! it’s like all over 2001. where is the current sound?

Saya is good although i expected more from her, her previous singles were excellent and current. Her Eurovision song sounds like Rainmaker.

Thomai has a nice Greek tune but it might sound too weird for European audience.

I did not like Maria Elena’s ballad. Not the right ballad for Eurovision.
In general, i’m not impressed at all. Greece will be borderline just like last year.

Thiefo
6 years ago

I wasn’t expecting to like Jazz & Sirtaki this much 😛 it’s a grower, wanted to hate it at first, but ended up liking it. I like it for being fun, we need more songs like that at ESC! But is that kind of songs people either love or hate, and the reaction in the comments here are a proof of that, so it would be a gamble, it could do very well or very bad. NOW, Greece has done it before, just remember Alcohol is Free and look it well it did. Shaya has good first instant impact, but… Read more »

blondboybc
blondboybc
6 years ago

My mind says Shaya, my heart says Thomai Apergi! 🙂 Like them both!

cheesecake
cheesecake
6 years ago

1) Barrice – unpopular opinion, but it’s so catchy
2) Maria Elena – I’d be surprised if Greece sent a ballad, but the song and her voice are really good
3) Shaya – it’s good, but it doesn’t catch me
4) Thomai – I kind of like it, but there’s something missing
5) C:Real – by far the worst song, very unoriginal

Isaac
Isaac
6 years ago

Barrice is the best! Great, typical upbeat Greek chorus, and I like the little bit after the siren, when the track speeds up, back to the chorus!

Álex, from Spain
Álex, from Spain
6 years ago

All the 5 songs are amazing! I would specially vote for these three: Thomai, Barrice and Shaya; but what really, really, really is going for gold is this last one: SHAYA! GO GREECE!!

Christoph
Christoph
6 years ago

Sorry Greece, but nothing special. Last year’s song was better.

Deniz
Deniz
6 years ago

Dayum Greece has some really nice, Greece-ish, happy songs, just what we need.

Johny
Johny
6 years ago

As a greek I promise guys we will send Thomai <3

eurovisionforever
eurovisionforever
6 years ago

Shaya!!! <3

George
6 years ago

As a Greek I promise I won’t leave Thomai pass the Greek borders with this idiotic awful song. My favorite one is Saya’s song.

Ian
Ian
6 years ago

Shay or Thomai would probably get the best reception. The rest, though none of them particularly bad, would get caught up in the competition and probably be forgotten.

Leaf
Leaf
6 years ago

I don’t think this is the best Greece has to offer ……

Nothing sound special and top 10 worthy ….

But if I had to pick I would put, Shaya or C-real for the win.
It is weird cos since 2009 I haven’t actually really liked any of their songs, 2011 was the icing on the cake and coming so well in the final totally killed my view on how Europe votes.
Anyway, best of luck …… Bring back the enthusiasm every single ESC fan used to have for the Greek national final till 2008 back.

JAIRO
JAIRO
6 years ago

Shaya winnner! No more boring ballads this year please…

Leon
Leon
6 years ago

The only decent song is Maria’s Last Breathe. I don’t like the rest.

Michael
Michael
6 years ago

I think its between Shaya and Maria-Elena. Shaya will do well in the televoting but the juries will “kill” her.On the other hand Maria’s song isn’t sure it will be a televoting success.I really don’t know this year.I hope for a final because our semi final is really hard.Estonia has great song and Russia,Armenia,Romania,Georgia ,Hungary and Moldova will qualify for sure.Denmark and Serbia also. So there is only one place left.But again you never know.

No Name
No Name
6 years ago

I’m not into Shaya, her song is too cheap for my taste and just a plain song. I want Greece to send something odd (in a good way) which isn’t something like the songs already chosen to the contest, and therefore my choice is Thomai 😀

dina
dina
6 years ago

Vote for Maria Elena its the best.

SpirK
SpirK
6 years ago

After 3 times hearing them, here is my top 5:
1. Shaya- Sunshine: 8/10 : nice, catchy, puts a smile on me
2. Maria Elena Kiriakou- One Last Breath: 8/10: a fine ballad, with a lovely voice
3. Thomai Apergi- Jazz & Syrtaki: 7.8/10: nice in it’s genre, but a bit cliche
4. C:Real- Crash & Burn: 7/10: good song, but it comes out as monotonous
5. Barrice- Ela: 4/10: A mix of 3 or more different songs, the bridge with the mpouzouki doesn’t fit at all. One big mess.

Nikos
Nikos
6 years ago

Plus being from Karditsa, I appreciate a good klarino in a song 😉
Go Shaya!

Jan
Jan
6 years ago

Shaya definitely! It’s the only song I can remember the melody from after listening to it once only!

marinek
marinek
6 years ago

I LIKE ALL THE SONGS BUT MOST OF ALL SHAYA AND TOP 3 FOR GREECE!SHE IS GREAT!

Nikos
Nikos
6 years ago

Shaya would be the best for us. Total package, great live vocals, unique song compared to the other countries. I like Barrice’s song a lot too but his live vocals will hurt him. I REALLY hope we don’t pick Thomai though, the song is so cheesy!

Eugene ESC UK
Eugene ESC UK
6 years ago

On 2nd listening, “One last breath’s” ending is very “Rise Like a Phoenix” plus so many other songs combined, we have 3 that have that very familiar Greek touch/stamp which is totally unnecessary I think. “Sunshine” is not my cup of tea at all, has all the clichés, but will still do very well despite that, it’s Greece……………….just saying!! It has immediate impact. Will go straight into 3rd slot at this stage if it wins. But the Greeks are voting.

rob
rob
6 years ago

Very good songs. Shaya’ s song is so happy and optimistic!!! I like thomai’s song too. Its so greek!!!! I like it!!! If greece send shaya or thomai, it will be my #3 song for now!

marklebron
marklebron
6 years ago

Thomai or Sharya. Enough ballads this year.

i am
i am
6 years ago

Maria Elena or Shaya

lel
lel
6 years ago

Shaya would definitely put on a show on the stage of ESC, so I guess she should win. Plus, the song is catchy. I wish she got rid of the cheesy synthesizer. It makes the song more ’90s. Which is awful, if you ask me

Eugene ESC UK
Eugene ESC UK
6 years ago

Shaya’s “Sunshine” is the only decent song in the bunch, very catchy, the rest average or below. Greece has never failed to qualify from the Semi’s, and 6 out of 7 top 4’s. In the last 11 years in the ESC they have been top 10 NINE times. Say no more!! Back to normal this year after a poor 20th last year.

Calvin
Calvin
6 years ago

“Jazz & Sirtaki” is quite underrated.

Titaniumsparrow
Titaniumsparrow
6 years ago

I feel it’s best when a country tries something different instead of sending he same sort of pop song each year.
Thomai is the stand out of these five. Go jazz or go home! haha

jr esc nl
jr esc nl
6 years ago

i like thomai