They’re the four-piece boy band who will sing for The Netherlands at Junior Eurovision 2017 in Tblisi this November. And after revealing a snippet of their song “Love Me” last week, Fource have now released the full song and official music video.
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Singing in a mixture of Dutch and English, the group deliver a kid- and radio-friendly track, which follows many of the trends laid down by groups such as One Direction and FO&O. However, as well as showing off their ability to harmonize, the boys also get a chance to show off some of their individual vocal prowess, particularly in the bridge and with the ending.
Although upbeat throughout, the chorus is particularly danceable and lends itself well for the boys to showcase their best moves and shapes on the Junior Eurovision stage.
As a possible sneak preview of their stage show, we get to see these moves in the official music video. Jannes, Niels, Max and Ian all throw it down on the streets of Amsterdam, and we love the swagger and energy that they put into it.
Showing off the group’s newly redesigned logo at the start, the rest of the video sees the guys individually chatting up four girls they’ve met, singing; “Hey, hey, hey / la-la love me baby / I’d really like to love you too”. Eventually the girls join Fource for a ride down the river while having a boat party. Where do we get our invitation?
Fource – “Love Me”
The Netherlands at Junior Eurovision 2017
Fource became The Netherlands’ first ever boy band to be chosen to represent the country at Junior Eurovision after winning Junior Songfestival earlier this year. Performing covers of “There’s Nothing Holding Me Back” by Shawn Mendes and “September Song” by JP Cooper, they impressed the jury and secured the ticket to Georgia.
Fource will compete against this year’s other artists on 26 November inside Tbilisi’s Olympic Palace.
What do you think of “Love Me”? Are you dancing along with the boys? Let us know in the comments section below!