The Wiwi Jury — our in-house panel of music unprofessionals — continues to rate and review the 41 competing entries of Eurovision 2019. Next we look at Slovenia‘s couple Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl with their song “Sebi”. Did we feel their message? Read on to find out!

Zala Kralj & Gašper Šantl – “Sebi”

“Sebi” reviews

Deban: Slovenia is serving cinematic, spellbinding contemporary electronica this year. At first glance, you may think that this unassuming couple aren’t competing — they appear to be a glimpse into the “Dare to Dream” musical programme. Introspective in delivery whilst unpacking a wide range of sensory emotions, “Sebi” is undoubtedly 2019’s dark horse to peak in the top quarter of the Eurovision Grand Final.

Score: 8.5/10

Angus: I won’t deny that Slovenia’s national final performance was visibly arresting. But part of the intrigue, and hypnotising quality, is that this plays against all the known rules of a successful Eurovision performance. And that’s where the problems lie with “Sebi”. The song has a very linear progression. Stripped of the performance the studio sounds cold. And because there’s virtually no eye contact with the camera, or between the couple or lighting on stage, it’s difficult to engage in. So while you can appreciate it from a distance, it doesn’t leave me with a great impulse to listen again or vote for it.

Score: 3/10

Antony: When listening to this song, you are taken on a journey. There is that spiritual electronic sound with the subtlety of Zala’s voice that carries you through, and the result is something unique, special and magical. It is the kind of performance that is divisive but also, it has not been seen before at Eurovision. If placed appropriately in the running order, this could stand out that it could well and truly be a sleeper success in the contest.

Score: 7/10

Ron: While I do appreciate this song’s qualities such as the lyrics, the melody and Zala’s special voice, it leaves me with no real impact (and I have listened to it many times). It’s nice, it’s pleasant and cute, but is it enough to get votes or for viewers to remember at the end of the night? It reminds me of Portugal’s entry from last year, which got a similar score from me, but it had much more impact and was much better. In addition to that, the national final performance of “Sebi” could have been much better and didn’t really do it justice. In that aspect, I was left disappointed as well, so I hope their staging in Tel Aviv will be improved.

Score: 5.5/10

Julian: I really like Slovenia this year. “Sebi” is such an intimate yet powerful song due to its simplicity. This song hypnotises me every time I hear it and I love the mixture of the modern electro sounds combined with only three chords which dominate the whole three minutes. However, I have fears that it might won’t qualify because there also will be people who find it annoying or just boring. And I sadly can understand those people even though I like it.

Score: 7/10

Robyn: “Sebi” is an intriguing song. Zala is right in there with her ASMR vocals (something that worked for Lithuania last year) and a pleasantly meandering melody. The song is rich and luxurious and holds so much potential. The key to it all will be the staging. The audience needs to be right there. The national final staging — where Zala gazed at Gašper as he played his guitar, twiddled with the synth knobs and rocked back and forth — isn’t focused enough for Eurovision. If Slovenia can get that right, “Sebi” could do very well in Tel Aviv.

Score: 7/10

In the Wiwi Jury we have 29 jurors but only have room for six reviews. The remaining scores are below:

Anthony: 8/10

Antranig: 3.5/10

Barnabas: 6.5/10

Bernardo: 5.5/10

Calvin: 3/10

Chris: 7.5/10

Essi: 5/10

Florian: 4.5/10

Izhar: 7/10

Jack: 10/10

Jonathan: 5/10

Josh: 9/10

Kristin: 7/10

Lucy: 9/10

Luis: 9/10

Lukas: 6/10

Mikhail: 4.5/10

Oliver: 9.5/10

Pablo: 6/10

Renske: 8/10

Sebastian: 6/10

Tobias: 6/10

William: 8/10

We have removed the highest and lowest scores prior to calculating the average. This is to remove outliers and potential bias. We have removed a low of 3 and a high of 10.

Wiwi Jury verdict: 6.61/10

What do you think of this song? Share your own score and review below!

See all our Eurovision 2019 reviews and rankings

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Matija
Matija
1 year ago

I still can not believe that they are so “well” positioned on bookmakers, I do not know why they have so much emphasized.

Neic
Neic
1 year ago

Hi! If you look back to the wiwi jury review of Portugal 2017 when Sobral win the competition you can see he get I believe 6.59 . So I think is still hope for Slovenia. Winner? Not. Top 10? In the final absolutley. Lep pozdrav!

Dean78
Dean78
1 year ago

The biggest part of the viewers(of the contest itself) will be so bored of this one, that they’ll be in need of going to toilet….so stop saying such big words about this “song”…

Lol
Lol
1 year ago
Reply to  Dean78

You are just dumb and don’t know anything about music so i have nothing to say to you than just to stop trying to be smart with words if you’re stupid…….

Apple
Apple
1 year ago

How is this not above a 7? I’m so sad ;-;

Shanfa Chai
Shanfa Chai
1 year ago

This is my biggest grower this year. My 10th place.

I was completely indifferent towards “Sebi” when it won the Slovenian national final.

Nicola S
Nicola S
1 year ago

My review: I love this song. Its so atmospheric and soothing. It sets a mood for me, and its a good mood. Even though I don’t speak Slovene, I still find myself singing along with the melody and the lyrics. This is in my Top 10 and my 6th overall. I hope they slay the staging in Tel Aviv and qualify for the final. After that, I don’t know where it could place in the final. I hope to God that it places somewhere on the left hand side, preferably in the Top 10. I will feel real anger and… Read more »

Nicola S
Nicola S
1 year ago
Reply to  Nicola S

I forgot to add that I (personally) think the Wiwi Jury score for this song is too low. However, I can understand that for some people, it does not create a mood, or they find it boring.
(I also think that Angus’s score of 3 is too low, but I can somewhat understand his reasons)

Peters
Peters
1 year ago

It’s like a demo song for me and it doesn’t take me to anywhere.

Tibor
Tibor
1 year ago

A lot of people seemed to be surprised that this won in Slovenia by such a large margin. I wasn’t, for once, I was completely in line with the televote: “Sebi” was by far the best song that evening. It’s a track that wouldn’t be out of place on an ambient Café del Mar sampler, if they were still a thing. The Slovenian tonality lends itself very beautifully to this kind of music, and Zala Kralj sounds calm, but never weak when she sings. The lyrics seem to be almost philosophical, and I’m always in for that. With the right… Read more »

Marcelo
Marcelo
1 year ago

In the words of the amazing Helena Paparizou:

“YOU ARE THE ONE, YOU’RE MY NUMBER ONE”

The fact that “Sebi” has a lower score than Romania or Russia here makes my eye twitch. I’m still hoping for a Portugal 2017 kind of victory, but knowing that won’t happen probably, at least a Top 10. The dark horse of the year! Hooked since they won EMA!

Lawna Delhi Rail
Lawna Delhi Rail
1 year ago

the melody is so forgettable

Una
Una
1 year ago

One of the best entries this year. Slovenia rarely disappoints. Hvala yes!

dutchie
dutchie
1 year ago

Who gives this a 3 has no understanding of contemporary pop music. This is simply a really good electronic pop song, probably the only song this year that would also get good reviews on serious music sites. It’s not Eurovision at all, but that’s the trend so maybe that makes it very Eurovision indeed 😉 The lyrics are also great… at least in translation. That’s the only problem this song has: it could have done a Common Linnets if it was in English. Now I’m afraid too few people will really connect to it, it’s way more understated than Amar… Read more »

dutchie
dutchie
1 year ago
Reply to  dutchie

This song doesn’t need an epic staging, the song is honest and the chemistry between these two is palpable. That’s why I think it will do well, but if it was in English it could actually have won.

Breebroo1
1 year ago

My Winner. Its just so so good!

Otto
Otto
1 year ago

The more I listen to it the better it gets. Hope it can make an impact on the big stage..

lucia
lucia
1 year ago
Reply to  Otto

i feel like thats the biggest problem with the song.. people that will listen to it only once or maybe twice if it gets to the final most probably won’t experience that magic that we do after more than 10 listens.. it’s a shame

Colin
Colin
1 year ago

SLOVENIA – Beautiful and touching, it calmly sucks one in it’s whirlpool of emotion and contemplation of what makes true love and connection. Speaking of, Zala and Gašper feel truly connected on stage, performing as one. There is something genuinely moving in their performance. Of course, one has to be in the mood to take it in. It’s a really slow and minimalist song, not something that could be described as a bop or a power ballad by any means. I find it special and lovely. It doesn’t need a climax, per se, but a slight variation in the final… Read more »

Colin
Colin
1 year ago
Reply to  Colin

Today I am making an exception. I am sending my Slovenian review before my Croatian one. I will post the other one soon. Cheers, everyone!

Sabrina
Sabrina
1 year ago
Reply to  Colin

I’ve been thinking about ways of staging this one and I would love if they tried something like starting with a sunset, going to a full black night full of stars and ending it with the sunrise. I think it would suit the lyrics, the vibe on their music and the flow of the song. Like those lovers were so connected, that the night just went by them without they even noticing the passage of time.

Colin
Colin
1 year ago
Reply to  Sabrina

Amazing idea, Sabrina! The staging could bring some dynamism, while remaining calming to soothe this beautiful song. 🙂

Rasmus
Rasmus
1 year ago

Typical drama queens on wiwibloggs and in commennts to hate a modern song like this. Am i suprised? Not really. We cant have 41 divas, 41 Fuego or 41 Serhat. Slovenia will qualify and be on the left side in the final.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 year ago

“Stay true to yourself; don’t tell me you are sorry.” And the prize of lyrics of the year goes to… Slovenia. Congratulations. The meaning and how all the syllables fit to the music; it’s all so beautiful. On top of that, add a real chemistry between the performers and a uniquely soft lead vocal – what we get is music that should be winning awards. However, I am struggling to see how this will all be effective at the ESC in terms of staging. Is it literally going to be three minutes of staring into each other’s eyes, like The… Read more »

Skiwalko
1 year ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Very much true. Those lyrics are full of beautiful metaphors, I guess my favorite ones are “I’m like a snowflake waiting for the spring” and “the leaf goes with the wind and resists it”, but there’s plenty of deep meaningful sentences to choose from. The text is poetic, but not nonchalant, more like a friend talking to you.

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
1 year ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Interesting that you made the Netherlands 2014 comparison as that is the same one my wife made when she heard this (although, to be fair, Slovenia is her #1 this year). I feel that Portugal 2018 is the comparison I want to make. To make clear, I really do like the song. But, I liked it on the small EMA stage with the exact staging that they used. Much in the same way that I really liked O Jardim in the Festival Da Cancao SF stage. I worry about how they make this fill the Eurovision stage and I worry… Read more »

Grftn
Grftn
1 year ago

Underrated

Ivar
Ivar
1 year ago

Mesmerizing, genuine, beautiful. I love this entry, and it is in my top 4 with Italy, the Netherlands and Iceland.

khan
khan
1 year ago
Reply to  Ivar

same top 4 exactly

Weißbrot
Weißbrot
1 year ago
Reply to  Ivar

Yep, that’s also exactly my top 4. 🙂

NickC
NickC
1 year ago

It is like a flatline….and it is waiting to flop big time, literally flatlining.

pastel de nata
pastel de nata
1 year ago

It’s my no. 5.
An 8/10, hope the camera angles do them justice!

Nvm
Nvm
1 year ago

Sorry not sorry, Sebi has been sitting at the very top of my ranking since Zala and Gasper won their NF and never moved from there. I already spent a thousand words about this song here and elsewhere so I won’t repeat myself and just say I LOVE the whole package, I just hope they’ll survive semi1 so I’ll be able to vote for them in the grand final even if I’m afraid it’s not winning material (for Eurovision standards).

Nvm
Nvm
1 year ago
Reply to  Nvm

(I meant to say ESC standards are pretty questionable, just to clarify. Getting ready for Switzerland to win this year)

Vrede
Vrede
1 year ago
Reply to  Nvm

Making the final should be doable for them. I certainly hope they do!

Sabrina
Sabrina
1 year ago

I had 3 degrees of appreciation for “Sebi”. When I listened to it for the first time, I liked how it has an impeccable flow. It lasts 3 minutes, but could last 3 hours and I would still be engaged, it holds me inside its world. Plus, it’s extremely ellegant, contemporary and soothing, capturing the essence of Zala’s voice. Then I watched the live performance and I could sense the understated chemistry between them. Finally, I read the translated lyrics and they’re pure poetry. Possibly too subtle and linear for most Eurovision viewers, but a gorgeous work of art. 9.25/10

Anita
Anita
1 year ago
Reply to  Sabrina

Wonderful review.

keith mawson
keith mawson
1 year ago
Reply to  Sabrina

fabulous review thanks. This grabs me so much, its like I’m way back besotted and totally with my first love, all those feelings come back, I was about their age too. An amazing almost hypnotizing song like a comfort pillow.

Sabrina
Sabrina
1 year ago
Reply to  keith mawson

Thank you, Anita and Keith. 🙂 This one feels indeed like a first love song. I think everybody could relate to those lyrics. Too bad that many viewers won’t ever get to know what she was singing about. I wish more people paid attention to lyrics in Eurovision.

Colin
Colin
1 year ago
Reply to  Sabrina

Well, I always try to translate them, even for national finals. That’s why I got a bit underwhelmed by the fact that Latvian team never gave any translation for Bušu tepat, Tautasdziesma or Smaragdi un pelni. I actually phonetically partially translated Smaragdi un pelni’s chorus just to get a clue.

Of course, there are instances when there are *large* national finals consisting mostly or solely of national language songs and then I usually don’t bother.

Sabrina
Sabrina
1 year ago
Reply to  Colin

When I like a song in a national final I always try to find translated lyrics when I don’t know the language (remember when I asked you about “Kruna” and “Moja bol”?) or use Google Translator, but sometimes I can’t find even the original lyrics to do that. I believe someone translated “Sebi” here in the comments right after EMA (or maybe ir was before?) and that was how I found out that the song is even more beautiful than I was expecting it to be.

Jo.
Jo.
1 year ago

It’s a grower, but can totally fall flat for being too monotonous.
Overall, it’s a good song.
7.5/10

Ioa Ioa
Ioa Ioa
1 year ago

Yawn

Kris
Kris
1 year ago

Slovenia made the best choice they could this year. I really like the laid back and soothing vibe of the song. It sounds fresh in a good way . The only little drawback is that the song doesn’t have a progression . The message behind the song also doesn’t really come across with the performance in the NF. A 7.5/10. The running order isn’t great , so reducing half a point. Slovenia doesn’t necessarily have the biggest televote support and unless a lot of people want the contest to go in a more modern sound direction it might not get… Read more »

Héctor
Héctor
1 year ago

While I liked Raiven’s entry more at first (Zala & Gasper were my 2nd), I’ve realised “Sebi” has a lot potential and likeability. The strenghts of this entry lay on their chemistry, the athmosphere and the mood it generates and the simplicity and fragility it conveys. Some people may find it dull and her voice uninteristing, but some others, like me, will find the package captivating, even if we don’t understand a single word. Sure it is divising, but certainly a lot of good songs are. I don’t really now how the casual audience will react to Slovenia as it… Read more »

Kris
Kris
1 year ago
Reply to  Héctor

Raiven ka song was chaos and not Kaos.

Colin
Colin
1 year ago
Reply to  Kris

You know your pun makes little sense since the words literally mean the same thing.

Kris
Kris
1 year ago
Reply to  Colin

Nope, Kaos is a meaningless word in English. That’s the whole point.

Polegend Godgarina
1 year ago

truly a song for intellectuals, locals are seethin

Rimig
Rimig
1 year ago

2. GRE (9.0)
5. AZE (9.0)
8. RUS (7.5)
9. NMC (7.5)
10. EST (7.0)
11. HUN (7.0)
12. ROM (7.0)
16. IRE (6.5)
17. ARM (6.5)
18. ALB (6.0)
20. AUT (6.0)
21. DEN (5.5)
22. NOR (5.5)
23. SLO (5.5)
27. FIN (5.0)
29. BLR (5.0)
31. SER (4.5)
33. CRO (4.0)
34. ISR (4.0)
35. GER (3.5)
36. MOL (3.5)
37. LIT (3.5)
39. LAT (2.5)
40. POL (2.5)
41. POR (2.0)

Polegend Godgarina
1 year ago
Reply to  Rimig

it took me a while to realize ‘nmc’ is north macedonia sjkdakj it’s always been mkd

Rimig
Rimig
1 year ago

MKD was for Macedonia. Now that it is North Macedonia I don’t know what its 3-letter code is, so I used NMC. The other codes are also not accurate, as Croatia is HRV, Germany is DEU or Moldova is MDA, but most people wouldn’t know

GMan
GMan
1 year ago
Reply to  Rimig

Croatia and Germany’s country codes refer to their names in the local languages (Hrvatska and Deutschland respectively) while Moldova is pretty self-explanatory (MolDovA).

Rimig
Rimig
1 year ago
Reply to  GMan

Thanks for the explanation. I already knew, but most people wouldn’t easily identify HRV with Croatia.

Kris
Kris
1 year ago
Reply to  Rimig

I think the three letter code is still MKD

The mad professor
The mad professor
1 year ago
Reply to  Kris

That’s what I knew so far as well

Fanwank of the year
Fanwank of the year
1 year ago

Alfred& Amaia hipster edition

pastel de nata
pastel de nata
1 year ago

Lmao, kind of but the lyrics are from another league.

Whisker
Whisker
1 year ago

Ha, Zala and Gasper are a real couple. And far much more talented than A&A.

Tibor
Tibor
1 year ago

Disagree, but it’s funny nonetheless.

Rimig
Rimig
1 year ago

This was a tough one for me to rank since, for me, this entry does not really stand out, neither in a good or bad way. Do I like it? Yes. Do I not like it? Yes. The lyrics are nice and meaningful, but the extremely monotonous structure of the song makes me lose my attention. The music is very interesting at the beginning, but becomes a little bit annoying after 3 minutes since there is absolutely no progression. I believe it might qualify due to its originality, but I cannot be fully confident about it. At the end, I… Read more »

Leo M
Leo M
1 year ago

I don’t get the hype around this. I find the song and the performance boring. Puts me to sleep

pastel de nata
pastel de nata
1 year ago
Reply to  Leo M

yes, and relaxing is a good thing, in my dictionary.

Apple
Apple
1 year ago
Reply to  Leo M

You’re supposed to just sit back and let it take you into its world

Elsa
Elsa
1 year ago

Song is good, her voice is meh…

Whisker
Whisker
1 year ago

I don’t dislike it but it’s way too slow for me. I look forward to the stage show though.

khan
khan
1 year ago

6.61?? Seriously? You guys voted Norwegian gargabe around 7.7 lmao.. ? Sebi is a dark horse obviously. It’s all about between Slovenia Netherlands and Iceland

Nicolas
Nicolas
1 year ago
Reply to  khan

With still 17 songs to be review SEBI will probably not even finish in the overall top 15, that’s sad. Very underrated 🙁

Apple
Apple
1 year ago
Reply to  khan

It’s my number 1 this year, so I agree it deserved a higher score overall, but just looking at the scores it received…there were definitely people who love this entry. I see a 10 and a few other scores 8+. Just like with Portugal, there are just some haters who are dragging its score down, but what matters at Eurovision is having those few people who love you, not how many people dislike you. The best thing is that, unlike Portugal, the “haters” for Sebi don’t really hate the song. They just don’t connect with and enjoy it. With the… Read more »

Nguyet Huynh
Nguyet Huynh
1 year ago

My second place this year 10/10. I don’t care how it will do in Eurovision because no matter what, I will still listen to it after the contest.

Jonas J
Jonas J
1 year ago

Sorry! Doesn’t grab me – in fact I find it rather annoying!

Theseptofbaelor
Theseptofbaelor
1 year ago

I really don’t like Angus, just in general

RandomEuroFan
RandomEuroFan
1 year ago

Because he stated his opinion or he disagrees with you?

Theseptofbaelor
Theseptofbaelor
1 year ago
Reply to  RandomEuroFan

naa his opinion not agreeing with mine is the cherry of the top of why I don’t like him.

Skiwalko
1 year ago

Slovenia’s giving as some wonderful poetry and enchanting melodies. It’s more like a spiritual experience at this point, it purifies your mind and transports you into another dimension. Their performance in February was full of tension and felt very intimate, but the staging looked a bit… monotonous and generally unorganised. I hope the delegation will polish the presentation in Tel Aviv and make it stay in viewers’ minds till the end of the semi. It was definitely a risky choice, but I think it’s gonna pay off in May. 8/10

Fys
Fys
1 year ago

A real out of the box entry. Modern electronical sounds with a peaceful beat. It’s the kind of the songs that can stand out without an amazing staging. A dark horse obviously!

8.5/10

KESC
KESC
1 year ago

Please slay at Eurovision! I really hope for a TOP 10 placing, and wouldn’t mind TOP 5 either.

Don’t even get why this is lower than Russia

FR fan
FR fan
1 year ago

I absolutely love it, my first place this year. This could be a background for an air france ad, it’s dreamy, light, calm, breezy, fresh and warm at the same time. I never thought any song of that kind would do it to Eurovision one day, i’m just very happy with Slovenias choice this year ?? good Luck !

ESC LOU
ESC LOU
1 year ago

I don’t mind this entry but it’s nowhere near my favourite and I think there were much better options in the NF. To me it’s just too sleepy and boring but I mean its ok, 5.5/10

Weißbrot
Weißbrot
1 year ago

I’m annoyed at how underrated this is, oh my god… But I mean, the wiwi Jury also gave 6.56 to Salvador Sobral, so maybe it’s a good sign idk. Sebi is unlike everything else I’ve heard at Eurovision in a long time. It’s authentic, it’s modern, it’s simple, it has outstanding lyrics and it doesn’t give a damn about fitting in at Eurovision. Sebi works its magic in the most intimate and captivating way. I for sure understand why people would call this boring, but I just adore it. My 4th place this year 10/10

Anita
Anita
1 year ago
Reply to  Weißbrot

I am curious to know your top 5, sorry that I haven’t read all your reviews so far.

Weißbrot
Weißbrot
1 year ago
Reply to  Anita

My top 5: 1.Netherlands 2.Italy 3.Iceland 4.Slovenia and the 5th place is either Belgium, Russia or Portugal. Don’t worry, I’m not really writing reviews this year, you haven’t missed much.

Kosey
Kosey
1 year ago

I thought the meaning of life was 42? Seriously, I like this, it is sitting just outside my top 10. It has a nice relaxed vibe and I like the English translation of the lyrics (assuming I have understood it correctly?). Where I am different is I don’t go around bashing other entry’s lyrics because I think that is sad and hurtful – every single song in this competition will have meaning to someone – you might not feel that meaning, but that says more about you than the meaningfulness of the lyrics. By all means have an opinion, but… Read more »

Cha
Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Kosey

Meaning of life, lol. Pretentious song as well as its admirers.

Cha
Cha
1 year ago
Reply to  Kosey

Lol, triggered much? That’s a long reply from someone who is so much secure in yourself and don’t care what others think. Liking your song doesn’t mean that you have to offend someone other, you should first learn what is civilized conversation, little bean, and then writing stuff like this.
Did you think for a second how much is offensive sentence ”people with certain mental capacities”? But if that makes you happy, just go for it.

Kosey
Kosey
1 year ago
Reply to  Kosey

I would just love to hear what you think of Iceland’s entry. It is easy to criticise, much harder to realize that we are not the centre of the universe.

Whisker
Whisker
1 year ago
Reply to  Kosey

You can find the lyrics on eurovision.tv

Roelof Meesters
Roelof Meesters
1 year ago

This is a good entry from Slovenia, I think it’s their best entry since 2015 (nothing can beat Slovenia 2015) and with the right staging, this could bena big surprise and get them their highest place ever! (Which would be 7th or higher) 8,5/10

Miles johnson
Miles johnson
1 year ago

1. Slovenia ?? 10/10 2. Belgium ?? 9.5/10 3. Greece ?? 9/10 4. The Netherlands ?? 9/10 5. Austria ?? 8/10 6. Australia ?? 8/10 7. Italy ?? 8/10 8. Malta ?? 8/10 9. Azerbaijan ?? 7.5/10 10. Norway ?? 7.5/10 11. Switzerland ?? 7/10 12. Cyprus ?? 7/10 13. Iceland ?? 7/10 14. Portugal ?? 7/10 15. Sweden ?? 7/10 16. North Macedonia ?? 7/10 17. Latvia ?? 7/10 18. Albania ?? 6.5/10 19. Russia ?? 6.5/10 20. Estonia ?? 6/10 21. Armenia ?? 6/10 22. United Kingdom ?? 6/10 23. Ireland ?? 5.5/10 24. San Marino ?? 5/10… Read more »

Kris
Kris
1 year ago
Reply to  Miles johnson

All of my Top 9 are in your Top 12! I am not really a fan of Austria . Italy and Azerbaijan are just outside my Top 10

Polegend Godgarina
1 year ago

everything about their act works perfectly. the alternative boy and alternative girl aesthetic, the minimalistic sound, their intimate way of performing… let’s also give them credit bc this is one of the few eurovision 2019 entries that sound like it’s from 2019. they deserve to do great ! the fact that the negative reviews only talk bout how this ain’t the stereotypical eurovision song so they won’t be gettin any votes proves that there’s nothin concrete to say to discredit this.

Alaska
Alaska
1 year ago

Hahaha! So true.

Kosey
Kosey
1 year ago

As per above

Kris
Kris
1 year ago

Spirit in the sky is meaningful though!!
It’s a fun party song , what more do you want ?

The mad professor
The mad professor
1 year ago
Reply to  Kris

A rather big proportion of the esc fandom consider “fun” and happiness to be one of the deadly sins. All music should be slow tempo and sad. Any sign of happy note is automatically categorized as plastic, trash and generic. Actually it’s not just an esc phenomenon. This disease runs through every nation and society and the arts in the last 100 years at least. Another sign of this “disease”: when was the last time a comedy won the Oscar for best movie? Probably never. It’s always drama after drama. All movies and songs must have a DEEP MEANING cause… Read more »

Kosey
Kosey
1 year ago

I would like this post a million times if I could!

Miles johnson
Miles johnson
1 year ago

My favourite. Please guys stop underrating Slovenia ?? ?