At Eurovision 2014, The Common Linnets gave us an incredible performance, and then immediately broke up. Turns out they were only a Eurovision duet, and our hearts bled. Turning to the Class of 2015, we have a number of acts formed just for Eurovision. They created some fantastic music and, in our dream world, more than a few of them would stay together.
But who do YOU want to see stay together for the long-haul? You can review the seven Eurovision-only groups below: Genealogy, Morland & Debrah Scarlet, Uzari & Maimuna, Anita & Michele, Elina & Stig, Monika & Vaidas, and Marta & Vaclav. We have not included the UK’s Electro Velvet, as they are already planning a post-Eurovision EP. You can vote for as many acts as you would like, but you can only vote ONE time so make it count.
Groups formed for Eurovision 2015
Genealogy (Armenia): All the members are good artists in their own right. But when they harmonize it’s beyond extraordinary.
Mørland & Debrah Scarlett (Norway): Their voices couldn’t be more different, and yet they somehow make magic as a pair.
Elina Born & Stig Rästa (Estonia): He’s older and aloof. She’s young and pert and full of soul. He helped produce her debut album, so it seems collaboration works well for them.
Uzari & Maimuna (Belarus): He brings the voice — and she brings the violin! By working the strings she helped turn pop into something slightly more sophisticated. Should they keep a good thing going?
Marta Jandová & Václav Noid Bárta (Czech Republic): They’ve talked openly about their sexual chemistry. Is that steam enough to keep them together?
Monika Linkyte & Vaidas Baumila (Lithuania): They famously shouted “One kiss!” But could there be a few more in the tank?
Michele Perniola & Anita Simoncini (San Marino): OMG, sugar & sweetness overload!