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!

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Zebb
Zebb
3 years ago

Yikes this bassline, it’s a banger that could still be fine sung by adult(s). My first reception was apathetic somehow.

Digital Style
Digital Style
3 years ago

It’s OK. Nothing more. I like the chorus and the beat drop, but the verses are really annoying. The lyrics are also a bit cheesy. I feel like with the right staging, they could do really well – they’ll land a top 5 for sure.

ESC 4ever
ESC 4ever
3 years ago

Best song in this awful year…
1. Netherlands
Averange:
2. Cyprus
3. Italy
4. Belarus (quality song, but i hate her screaming vocals)
5. Malta
6. Russia
Bad:
7. Poland
8. Ukraine
9. Serbia
10. Portugal

Rhingo
Rhingo
3 years ago

Cute!
It is like a rip off of the Backsteet Boys but it comes off so cute that no one cares XD

L'oiseau
3 years ago

Cheap horrible pop. Subjecting kids to sing this kind of songs is child abuse for all kids concerned.

dutchie
dutchie
3 years ago

@jj
‘Too mature and sexual’… maybe in your mind ‘love me’ has come to be synonymous with ‘f.ck me’ but the lyrics to this song are very innocent. Mainly it’s about sending each other snapchat and whatsapp messages, and walking on the street with bike in hand. Scandalous!

The chorus I think is a bit too stupid even for small children, but I wish them good luck. It’s weird how we’re sending better produced songs to Junior Eurovision than to the grown-up version…

yakouzzz
yakouzzz
3 years ago

They will be the winners. From all songs we have now they have the best production. And – it is most important – everyone is bored with all these young girl singers and their ballads, it is 75% of all competition every year. Kids want fun music and colourful show. So everyone, who is different and want to be different, will be very welcomed.

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
3 years ago
Reply to  yakouzzz

As long as we don’t have 50% public vote and 50% kids’ jury (with zero adult jury involvement), I don’t think we’re getting rid of those ballads.

Dave
Dave
3 years ago

Btw the stage design for the contest was revealed yesterday as well…

Marc
Marc
3 years ago

This is (with no doubt) the best song/entry so far. Easily.
It’s poppy, cool, radio-friendly, teen. It will stand out a lot.
Much better and enjoyable than Russia and Belarus.

Lajamia
Lajamia
3 years ago

if i have to be honest, i only think the netherlands chose the boys because the fangirls are like ‘ASHGDHGJDGFJDGJFGFH 12 POINTS NSMAFJAGASJK” and it’ll land them high in televoting, but the song is very different, so im guessing top 10

James
James
3 years ago

I don’t see the connection with One Direction. There have been boybands way before 1D became a thing.

Tony
Tony
3 years ago

I think this is a good song but it won’t win, maybe 5th-8th place. I still feel Belarus and Russia are better yet. Those 2 deserve to be in the Top 2 spots. Who’s the guy with the leather jacket? He is the best singer out of the 4 boys.

Erasmus
Erasmus
3 years ago
Reply to  Tony

His name is Niels and he’s actually the youngest in Fource – he’s 12 years old.

jj
jj
3 years ago

It sounds too mature and sexual for these little boys to keep repeating “Love me baby, love me baby, love me now baby” and similar. They are trying to act like guys around 20.

jp
jp
3 years ago
Reply to  jj

True… But on the other hand have you seen the oldest boy with her gf (who was one of the girls from JSF final)? https://www.instagram.com/p/BW6vefrlSD3/?taken-by=manoujuecardoso

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
3 years ago

Why does this sound more contemporary and chart-friendly than any Eurovision song this year? They’ve clearly put a lot of effort in this, and I’m pretty sure they’ll be aiming for a great result.

Walter
Walter
3 years ago

I am happy =) The song is radio-friendly, catchy and great for a boyband. For JESC this is great. From the song I heard, the 3 countries that took part the longest(NL, BLR and RUS) are the ones who take it very seriously so far. Don’t think it will win, bcz it’s not a Jury-song. But we can be proud and i’m sure they will have a good career in NL.

Timselvision
Timselvision
3 years ago
Reply to  Walter

Actually, I think juries will like this. Lately they seem to be big popsong-fans, just look at last year’s results where the adult juries really liked Belarus and Netherlands which were quite pop-py or at adult Eurovision, where they really liked for example Sweden, Australia and the Netherlands which were popsongs… I think we might be aiming for a top 5 result (about time xD)

AzeriChico
AzeriChico
3 years ago

I don’t get the negative comments. It’s really good and I expect them to do well at the contest. Let’s not forget that this only kids’ competition, guys. No need to be so harsh. Plus those guys are really talented. Good luck!

Paul D.
Paul D.
3 years ago
Reply to  AzeriChico

Preach! So true, these 12 year-old twinks posting comments here are so hateful

Walter
Walter
3 years ago
Reply to  AzeriChico

If NL would get the jury results of what NL got at ESC last 5 years, we are in for a big surprise. The only advantage they have now, is that they are the only boyband in the competition, that already makes them rememberable. The fact that a lot of eastern-countries are participating makes it for NL almost impossible to win. Oh well we don’t have to be ashamed for our song and hopefully a top 5.

Larah
Larah
3 years ago

The Netherlands always make sure to put a lot of effort into the contest and it really paid of this year. Looks really professional compared to most of the other entries. I’d love to see them win.

Álex, from Spain
Álex, from Spain
3 years ago

The two kids that sing at the beginning have very good voices. The song is sort of average but still fun! Looking forward to watching them live at the contest. They could end up high.

Roelof Meesters
Roelof Meesters
3 years ago

I love it <3 So proud of my country!! This will probably do good, maybe even top 5. If their live performance is good, I would be sooooo happy 😀

William Lee Adams
Admin
3 years ago

Love hearing this kind of positivity! Glad you’re proud of your country!

Roelof Meesters
Roelof Meesters
3 years ago

I am happy that we have turned around so much since 2009 XD

sam
sam
3 years ago

lol it’s absolutely atrocious… bad voices, cheap lyrics, tacky, repetitive .. my last place- even worse than portugal for me. if it reaches top 5, i will be mad

Larah
Larah
3 years ago
Reply to  sam

w-worse than portugal? that’s a bit harsh don’t you think…

myrmyr
myrmyr
3 years ago
Reply to  sam

why so damn harsh… not even necessary it is a fun and happy love song, It is the opposite of what you are saying

Erasmus
Erasmus
3 years ago

It’s so good – I love it my number 1 so far
2. Belarus
3. Russia
4. Ukraine
5. Poland
6. Cyprus
7. Italy
8. Malta
9. Serbia
10. Portugal