András Kállay-Saunders — Hungary’s Euroision 2014 act — entered Eurovision as one of the big favourites. He ultimately finished fifth and returned to Budapest as a national hero. He soon said that he would return to the competition in 2015, but ultimately changed his mind, choosing to devote his time to his new band — the eponymous Kállay-Saunders Band. They soon released a cover that got us excited. And today we can finally hear their first original release “Victory”. As the name suggests, it’s a winner! Interestingly, the artwork comes from Amiizmus, the sister of Eurovision 2013 singer ByeAlex.

Kállay-Saunders Band at Eurovision 2016?

We caught up with András after the A Dal 2015 final, and he told us that forming a band has long been a dream of his. Moving forward he says he will only perform with live instruments on stage. We asked him about a potential return to Eurovision with his band and we have an answer. Watch the video to learn more…

What do you think about the new song? Is it a real victory?

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Random.sage 2.0
Random.sage 2.0
7 years ago

@Mario Gay Love Vision
You have a cute personality. Sexy euro motherf*cker! What country are you from?

Branko
Branko
7 years ago

He should go back to Eurovision!

runner
runner
7 years ago

It would be so great to see him again with a good song. He is so talented singer and performer.

Mario -The Vision of Gay Love
Mario -The Vision of Gay Love
7 years ago

Yes…4 him to try again in 2015 would be too early i guess…He should go to Vision in future 4 sure.. He almost won the OGAE fan clubs pre contest voting as he came 2nd runner up behind Sanna.. 🙂 He did absolutely great in Copenhagen as the 5th honorable place 4 Hungarians is like *Victory* indeed! By the way, i hope that Boggie with that beautiful song that she won with on A DAL 2015 will do well in the Diamond Vision of Vienna too 🙂 Unfortunately i do not like that he grew way too much his beautiful… Read more »