Open those curtains and let the Irish sunlight in! Nicky Byrne — Ireland ‘s Eurovision 2016 singer — has officially released the “7th Heaven Club Mix” of his Eurovision song “Sunlight”. It turns his mid-tempo number into a club anthem, and we are lapping it up. Expect the DJ to throw this down at Euroclub…

NICKY BYRNE – “SUNLIGHT (7TH HEAVEN CLUB MIX)”

Nicky shows us how to drop a beat and crank up the heat.

After a rather predictable opening that sets the beat — de rigeur in any remix — he blasts his sunshine at full pelt, adding a new dimension to his cheery song.

Funnily enough, the former Westlifer is not alone in having his song made over with a “7th Heaven Club Mix” ahead of Stockholm.

Justs from Latvia has reworked “Heartbeat”, while Dami Im from Australia has worked magic on “Sound of Silence”.

JUSTS – “HEARTBEAT (7TH HEAVEN CLUB MIX)”

DAMI IM – “SOUND OF SILENCE (7TH HEAVEN CLUB MIX)

What do you guys make of these club mixes? Are you keen to get down and dance to these tracks? Let us know in the comments below!

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Shane
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Shane

Omg! Send this!!!!!!!!

Ejin
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Ejin

I like all 3,but for me is the Australian remix the best of these 3.Here is my top :
1.Australia
2.Ireland
3.Latvia

Mark
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Mark

Really shows how weak Eurovision songs are

Paddy
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Paddy

Australia’s verses are a little underwhelming but the chorus is so so so good.Honestly, this is a masterpiece from Australia. I like Ireland’s disco anthem but the parts were it says in the sun are very annoying. Latvia’s verses are very good aswell.

1.Australia 2.Ireland 3.Latvia

Jan
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Jan

Ira losco 1st TV live performance in Czech Republic
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XMYHoIYZn0

oli
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oli

Australia sounds much more better in the remix version!!! Great job

Alec
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Alec

Why can’t we send this version instead!!!

David Who
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David Who

Ireland and Latvia both re-mix quite easily since they both have a dance beat already as part of the song, so no major differences there. What really surprised me is how well the Australia entry re-works into a dance track! I wasn’t expecting it to be that good, considering its original slow tempo. Dami Im’s voice seems to suit the genre too. I already like the song as it is, and this re-mix adds to it. Advantage Australia i would say. 🙂