Electro Velvet might have left Vienna with a disappointing five points, but a lack of Eurovision success hasn’t stopped Alex and Bianca. The determined duo have launched a crowdfunding campaign to help in the production of a follow-up EP for all their fans who are still in love with Electro Velvet.

The planned EP will feature “Still In Love With You” and three new tracks. As Alex explains in the introduction video, the EP is “a thank-you to all the Eurovision fans who joined and supported us all through our incredible journey.”

electro-velvetBut as with most crowdfunding schemes, there’s more on offer than just the EP. Donating £5 will get a digital download of the EP, but larger donations come with more rewards.

A £25 donation will also give you The Road to Eurovision scrapbook, a collection of photos of journal entries chronicling Alex and Bianca’s journey to the Wiener Stadthalle stage. There are also signed photos, handwritten lyrics and the opportunity for a Skype chat with Alex and Bianca.

And if you’re feeling very generous, a £103 donation will get you one of Electro Velvet’s AAA stage passes. The lucky recipient can recreate the hustle and bustle of backstage in the Wiener Stadthalle in their own home. Disappointingly, Bianca’s hair extensions from the grand final aren’t up for sale.

Electro Velvet say the as-yet-untitled EP will be available before Christmas. Support Electro Velvet’s crowdfunding campaign here.

Interview: Electro Velvet in Vienna

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Huh
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Huh

@CookyMonzta: Well that sucks. Can’t blame the choice of the European (and Australian) crowd now because of that.

Fishy
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Fishy

This is quite sad but then again TLC did have a crowdfunding and they succeeded but at least they had hits…

Fatima
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Fatima
esc1234
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esc1234

a little desperate….

CookyMonzta
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CookyMonzta

@Huh: When such an act is expected by the bookies to finish 11th (given the odds on the Monday before the contest), and they end up 24th with only 5 points to show for it (I ranked them 22nd for their performance that Saturday), their post-ESC prospects, quite frankly, are low to begin with.

Huh
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Huh

@CookyMonzta: I was talking about the post-contest. Let’s hope their new songs are good.

ian from the philippines
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good for them

mawnck
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mawnck

“To them their AAA passes are only worth £206 between them?”

Good point. It’s unbelievable that anyone involved wouldn’t want to hang onto them as keepsakes, even given the circumstances.

Iberian
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Iberian

Oh, that’s cool, for 50 £. I donated.

Iberian
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Iberian

I’d love to get the Skype chat with them. How much doest that “cost”?

CookyMonzta
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CookyMonzta

@Huh: Correct me if I’m wrong, but didn’t the Eurovision fans already decide their fate, like, uh, 7 points in the televote? 😛

Afrivision
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Afrivision

I loved them in Vienna and still love them. Can’t wait to hear more from them! 🙂

LucyPercy
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Hahaha this is amusing. To them their AAA passes are only worth £206 between them? That is so depressing. They absolutely didn’t work, it was awful, and they are SURELY aware what a backlash this faced from home crowds?!

Oostenrijk
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Oostenrijk

They don’t need to do it for their five fans.

mawnck
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mawnck

So … I guess nobody signed them, huh.

Briekimchi
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Briekimchi

How much do I have to donate to stop them from releasing another song?

Huh
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Huh

Their band’s fate is in the hands of the Eurovision fans. Let’s support them!