Last Monday, Little Big were revealed as Russia’s representatives for Eurovision 2020. And over the past week and a half, fans have been left
impatiently waiting for the band to reveal their competing song. Now, that wait has finally come to and end. Little Big have premiered their Eurovision entry “UNO”.
The reveal was made on late-night Russian talk show Vecherniy Urgant (Evening Urgant).
Little Big – “UNO”
The Russian band are known for their lively songs that use rave styles, punk, satire and humour. Their Eurovision entry certainly fits in well with that description.
The song is fun, upbeat and has an infectious hook. It will certainly stand out on the Eurovision stage and Little Big will no doubt be hoping to get the entirety of Europe dancing along with them in May.
With the reveal of Little Big’s Eurovision 2020 entry, we now know all 41 competing songs for the contest.
Little Big will perform “UNO” in the first half of the first semi-final of Eurovision 2020 on 12th May.
Who are Little Big?
Little Big are a pop-punk rave band from Saint Petersburg. The group is currently formed of members Ilya Prusikin, Sonya Tayurskaya, Anton Lissov and Sergey Makarov.
The group started off back in 2013 and their first song was “Everyday I’m Drinking“. Little Big have toured across much of Russia and Europe, and collected numerous nominations and awards. For example, they won the award for the most trashy music video twice at the Berlin Music Video Awards with “Big Dick” and “LollyBomb“.
In 2018, they caught viral success with their song “Skibidi”, which has scored more than 360 million views on YouTube. Their songs are there for a good laugh. It is a satire, they are making fun of things. One thing’s for certain, at Eurovision they will be remembered.
What do you make of Little Big’s song for Eurovision 2020? Do you think Russia have a strong chance of climbing the scoreboard, or even winning? Let us know in the comments below!