Stefania Last Dance Greece Eurovision 2021

The Wiwi Jury — our in-house team of music unprofessionals — is reviewing and rating the 39 competing songs in Eurovision 2021. Next we head to Greece where Stefania has “Last Dance”. Did it make us want to hit the dancefloor? Read on to find out!

Stefania – “Last Dance”

“Last Dance” reviews

Deban: “Last Dance” is a disco bop freshened with a 2021 arrangement. As far as songs go, this is an excellent offering. It straddles the decades without sounding overworked. Visually, this is Greek; musically, it is global. Fittingly, Stefania holds a presence in Eurovision’s host country. She’s Dutch with Greek roots. Her youthful looks and nimble moves are key assets. Vocally, she can do pop. As a total package, “Last Dance” courts enough traction from televoters, club kids and music experts. Qualification predictions are somewhat pointless. Miss Liberakakis will be flying her pegasus all the way to a top ten finish at the grand final.

Score: 8

Jordi: Stefania sings about every end being a new beginning. This is exactly what I do every time I play this song, I hit replay. Stefania’s “Last Dance” has a joyful ’80s feel that is irresistible, fresh and makes you dance the night away. The track has some interesting twists and turns in the production which save it from resulting too predictable. And the chorus is instant and serves hooks for days. Perhaps, it’s hard to imagine the concept of the video in its studio version. But add the right staging, and there you slay. In comparison to last year’s, this is more matured. I can predict two things: this will party live and it won’t be my last dance.

Score: 8

Lucy: Bringing the ’80s to the modern-day is definitely the big thing at the moment across the music industry, and it’s reflected in Eurovision. There are two ways to do it, a truly modern interpretation or something which sounds like it was directly pulled from the decade (hi, Denmark!). However, I feel “Last Dance” is trapped somewhere in the middle, and it’s a bit unsatisfying. I’m concerned about the potential to bring the video to the stage as I find it a bit cringy, however more so the lyric “a rockin’ romance”. Stefania has youth and charisma to sell this on stage, but controversially, I actually think “Superg!rl” was better.

Score: 3

Natalie: I always knew Stefania could do a lot better than “Superg!rl”, and I feel really vindicated. This is the kind of music that I love from Greece. Great vocals, energetic production, and a bit of Greek mythos. What’s not to love? Throw in some chorus and a cheeky youthful vibe and I’ll say you’ve got something pretty special on your hands here. I can’t wait to see how Stefania does on stage with this one. She’s got some Eurovision experience under her belt already, so I think she could kill this.

Score: 8

Sebastian: “Last Dance” is simply on-trend. In an era where the ’80s is back, Stefania has the perfect opportunity here to ride that bandwagon with a song that’s inoffensive, yet surprisingly polished and catchy. This doesn’t feel like pop-by-the-numbers, rather, it’s something you could definitely hear on top music charts. Here’s hoping Stefania can show off a maturity and strength to make the song stand out further — and here’s hoping she’s not swallowed by this strong production.

Score: 8.5

Stefania – “Last Dance” rankings

In the Wiwi Jury we have 24 jurors but only have room for five reviews. The remaining scores are below:

Antranig: 7.5

Calvin: 4.5

Diego: 6.5

Erdi: 5.5

Esma: 7

Jonathan: 8.5

Josh: 8

Julian: 6.5

Kristín: 7

Lauren: 6

Luis: 8.5

Oliver: 6

Pablo: 7

Renske: 7

Robyn: 6

Ron: 6

Tobias: 4

Tom: 6.5

William: 8

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 8.5.

Wiwi Jury verdict: 6.82/10

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Mimikyu
Mimikyu
5 months ago

Wiwi blogs really sucks…why so low score?

Alex
Alex
5 months ago

eww how would someone give this song a 3 or 4? I mean i’m curious to see how they rated the other entries (see Lithuania, San Marino, Norway)

By the way, the last time i checked she’s Greek born in the Netherlands.

Lulu
5 months ago

It’s better than the French and swiss and Lithuanian song by a mile

Harut Hovhannisyan
Harut Hovhannisyan
5 months ago

You better not underrating this , such a great song

Emma
Emma
5 months ago

I don’t mind the song personally, it’s enjoyable. However, it doesn’t really go anywhere for me; it’s doesn’t have much of an elevated moment, so it feels like it stays the same throughout. Also, this is just a bit of a nitpick, but it often sounds like she’s saying ‘Let’s Dance’ instead of ‘Last Dance’ and that kind of bugs me because I know it’s Last Dance but my brain’s like ‘Let’s Dance’, but it’s not a massive thing. It might sound better live but yeah just an enunciation issue for me. I do think this will likely qualify, whereabouts… Read more »

b k
b k
5 months ago
Reply to  Emma

Actually in the songs she says « let’s dance our last dance »

Sophia
Sophia
5 months ago
Reply to  Emma

She says both. The chorus starts with the phrase “let’s dance!” And then the rest of the chorus says “our last dance”. I get what you mean though.

Steven
Steven
5 months ago

It’s too mainstream for my personal taste. However, I like it way more than El Diablo. 🙂

MadProfessor
MadProfessor
5 months ago
Reply to  Steven

What’s the connection?

Sophia
Sophia
5 months ago
Reply to  MadProfessor

Literally nothing except people always compare Greece and Cyprus

Boreal
Boreal
5 months ago

“Last Chance!! / last chance !!…” :-DDD

Last edited 5 months ago by Boreal
Mr X
Mr X
5 months ago

Greece 4/10

Ern
Ern
5 months ago

The only bit of concern I have for Greece’s entry is the lack of any live performance. We don’t know what Stefania sounds like live while dancing. Sure she does great vocals on tape, but can she pull it off live?

Ever since Greece did away with a national final, they’ve been having problems at Eurovision.

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago
Reply to  Ern

Exactly! I have the same doubts.
I think its the only song that we have not heard live so far.

Thisisntourlastdance
Thisisntourlastdance
5 months ago
Reply to  Ern

She will perform on Sunday live! It will be an acoustic version tho.

Chris
Chris
5 months ago

It will not be live. Alrrady recorded.

Pluma
Pluma
5 months ago
Reply to  Chris

Recorded live

Alex
Alex
5 months ago
Reply to  Ern

I have no concern that she can sing live based on various videos i’ve watched online. The question is how much dancing she’s going to do.

Maartijn
Maartijn
5 months ago

Top notch quality! Since its release, I have been listening to it on repeat. A pop music perfection. I also really like the mv, it has a story that is subliminally explaining our current situation(pamdemic) with Greek mythology. Kudos to Stefania, she took this song to another level with her great vocals.

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago

I am really curious how you are that convinced

johnny
johnny
5 months ago

I hope to see a reaction video with William, Oliver, Deban, and Padraig. I think that will be epic!

Anhel
Anhel
5 months ago

It’s grown on me, I think it’s fun, fresh and pleasant to hear. It’s my number 10.

Héctor
Héctor
5 months ago

More adult and interesting than her last attempt. It’s clear they have thrown a little bit of everything to make it stand out and draw the listener’s attention. That’s what the Dream Team do. I’m sure that even if they won’t have a Pegasus on stage they’re investing an big amount of € in the live performance. While “Last Dance” is nothing exceptionally original – it just sticks to the 80’s trend – it is still enjoyable. Problem? The first minute is utterly boring and plain. They tried to make it epic with the heavy percussion and the rolling drums… Read more »

canada_piano
canada_piano
5 months ago

it took me a few listens but i absolutely adore this song. the chorus and the instrumental, at least for me, is something for the ages. i also love the dark and mysterious feel of the verses.

im not saying they have to come top 5, but it would be a huge shame if they don’t

Skiwalko
Skiwalko
5 months ago

I’ll name the positives first: Stefania is a young, but extremely talented singer. I like the timbre of her voice and the fact that this time around she’s got an entry that doesn’t reduce her to a JESC performer. The production of the track is professional (as we’ve come to expect from ARCADE and Kontopoulos), and while “Last Dance” is for the most part the antithesis of risk and inventiveness, I’d still say it checks every box on the list of an average chartbuster’s standard components, which I think is what the producers were going for. Being ‘80s-inspired does not… Read more »

Last edited 5 months ago by Skiwalko
Colin
Colin
5 months ago
Reply to  Skiwalko

I didn’t expect you to dislike Greece, Skiwalko. Especially not to put her under Austria. Still, both this and Denmark’s review are well written and fully authentic reviews, so I respect that.

Skiwalko
Skiwalko
5 months ago
Reply to  Colin

Absolutely. To me a good review is one that’s in-depth, witty, funny or unconventional, not necessarily the one I agree with. I’m actually more inclined to like reviews that manage to change my mind than ones that only express resemblant thoughts. As for Greece, I don’t dislike it, I’m fairly indifferent about it, which for me is worse than being irritated or disturbed by a song. And the score… well, it’s just a number, I don’t really take it that seriously.

Last edited 5 months ago by Skiwalko
Ted
Ted
5 months ago

I must be missing something because I cannot hear anything amazing about “last dance” It just doesn’t go anywhere for me. It’s harmless enough pop but there’s nothing wow there to make me want to vote for it. Even the shortened clip used in the youtube summeries is so annoying with that repetitive line over and over.
Greece is a borderline qualifier for me this year. Sorry.

baby
baby
5 months ago
Reply to  Ted

Honestly same, i dont think its gonna be many people favourite and i dont think it will get that many votes

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago
Reply to  baby

Really? Honestly, I think the opposite.
Its one of the songs that I could put my money on.
But I need to wait to see the stage show. This can change my mind

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago
Reply to  Ted

I respect your opinion. But let’s be honest, this is the semi 2.
If Greece is a NQ, then who is going to take the spot?
If you believe that other songs are better, then you should raise your standards.

Sabrina
Sabrina
5 months ago

Competing against pop songs that are mostly trying to be hip, sexy or quirky, this is something I would call a “family oriented bop”. Everything about it is accessible, adequate and tasteful without being boring. And Stefania has a great voice for pop music. The verses’ style is quite familiar to Eurovision viewers, leaving the 80’s trend only to the chorus, which created a nice balance.Staging will define how well it can do, let’s hope the Greek delegation learned some lessons from past years. 7/10

VladF
VladF
5 months ago

Winner vibes!

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago
Reply to  VladF

I like your enthusiasm, but I don’t think so.
Sorry 🙂

Pluma
Pluma
5 months ago
Reply to  VladF

I am with you

Alo
Alo
5 months ago

Nice song which I don’t think has a chance to be non qualifier. The beat here is nice and the chorus is catchy. What I don’t like here is that lyrically it’s quite weak and there’s no clear message.
I hope the hype for the staging will be justified and not end up like Spain 19 or Greece 17 as it has the same director.

chrysss
chrysss
5 months ago

at least a 7/10 would be acceptable… I mean, it’s not that mediocre, sweden, russia, ukraine and especially ireland (which is on top of your jury for no reason) are much worse, and even 3/4 don’t have chances to qualify (sweden will defo qualify bc of juries, we all know that)

baby
baby
5 months ago

Call me crazy but i kinda feel like this is gonna be a shock non qualifier, especially after the hype and then dissapointment with previous greek entries

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago
Reply to  baby

why you keep posting the same thing? we got it baby

baby
baby
5 months ago
Reply to  Batkas

“Same thing” i literally just saw someones
comment and agreed with them

Poppa
Poppa
5 months ago

Really good song and I expect it to shine on stage.

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago
Reply to  Poppa

There are rumours about lots of lights.
Shine bright like a diamond or what?

Sot
Sot
5 months ago

Wiwi Juries’ current TOP 22 Ireland (7.7) Cyprus (7.45) Finland (7.34) Ukraine (7.32) Russia (7.18) Sweden (7.14) Greece (6.82) Croatia (6.75) Azerbaijan (6.57) Israel (6.45) Latvia (6.34) Belgium (6.16) (=) Czech Republic (6.16) Serbia (6.09) Albania (5.89) (=) Norway (5.89) Spain (5.34) Germany (5.14) Estonia (5.07) Austria (4.89) Denmark (4.84) (=) Slovenia (4.84) My personal TOP 22 Greece (My 4th) Ukraine (My 7th) Belgium (My 10th) Finland (My 11th) Estonia (My 12th) Russia (My 13th) Serbia (My 14th) Cyprus (My 17th) Czech Republic (My 18th) Ireland (My 20th) Albania (My 25th) Azerbaijan (My 26th) Israel (My 27th) Austria (My 28th)… Read more »

canada_piano
canada_piano
5 months ago
Reply to  Sot

i love ireland’s song and want it to qualify but first? r/wooosh

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago
Reply to  canada_piano

you are right. But they may know something more about the staging

Sot
Sot
5 months ago
Reply to  canada_piano

Where exactly did r/woooosh come from lol

Thanos
Thanos
5 months ago

12. Greece: Actually I am very pleased with the entry of my home country Greece and I believe it’s the best entry we’ve sent in years. Stefania has an amazing voice and I am really looking forward to the staging that we’ve been promised!!

Thisisntourlastdance
Thisisntourlastdance
5 months ago

This is true. Greece used to slay the staging every year, but: 2017: What we saw wasnt what Fokas Evaggelinos wanted. He wanted Demy on a swing hanging from the ceiling, and a fairytale being portrayed on a screen on the stage. Producers agreed but they changed their opinion at the last moment ( for safety reasons ), so Fokas was left with a long dress for Demy ( they designed for the swing ), that mini platform that Demy was on ( it was only for Demy to get up on the swing!!! lol ) and that stupid screen… Read more »

Thisisntourlastdance
Thisisntourlastdance
5 months ago

The shadee
but true xD

Una
Una
5 months ago

2017: do I remember a swing in a video shot in Odessa? I *loved* Demi’s dress and aesthetic in general. 2018: new information here because all I read before was customs difficulties – some exceptional technology or something similar that could not, allegedly, be brought in time. No offence but I can’t believe Yianna had that much leverage about the staging considering the “selection” of the Greek entry that year. If I remember correctly “Oniro mou” was selected by default. 2019: I *loved* the staging but Katerina’s performance was awful, and I am saying this as a big fan. Huge… Read more »

Thisisntourlastdance
Thisisntourlastdance
5 months ago
Reply to  Una

Yeah she had, she was friends with the director called Jaly or something. I didnt made those up, Kalimeris ( a composer of Oniro mou ) said those things, being angry with Yianna, as she was to blame for the presentation. 2018 team was really amateur so they did whatever Yianna wanted.
And about the technology that couldnt arrive at time, it was all last minute excuses, you can watch here the stand in rehearsal for Oniro mou:
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6jvfrr
This is what Yianna envisioned from the start.

Last edited 5 months ago by Thisisntourlastdance
Una
Una
5 months ago

My bad for not saying that properly – not that I didn’t believe you; I just could believe that about Yianna. She seemed very pro in interviews and had a pretty impressive background. So I kind of had different expectations, I guess.
Thanks for the stand-in rehearsal video – always a treat to see. It looked similar to the live show. Am I missing something?

Sonam
Sonam
5 months ago
Reply to  Una

2018. Long story short: The broadcaster didn’t care (tiny budget, indifference), Panic didn’t care (Eleni and Cyprus), Yanna was delusional. Long story: The initial plan for the staging was quite as “thisisnt” described. Then Yanna misinterpreted the feedback from the videos of the song. The lyric video with a picture of her was released first and had a massive appeal. When they released the official video with the stud, the lyric video had already more than 1 million views. There was no way to surpass that. Still, Yanna was dumb enough to make the conclusion (out of this!) that viewers… Read more »

Una
Una
5 months ago
Reply to  Sonam

Thanks so much for this perspective 🙂 I’ve been trying to figure out what had happened and try to solve a Eurovision mystery (to me). Now I remember the lyric video with the picture – but it wasn’t the picture that people liked about the song. It was *the song*. Interesting point about the label. I am just thinking about a similar scenario with one label and two acts in two countries: it would be unfair for the acts, the broadcaster and the national audience especially – but also for the international fans – to invest and work more on… Read more »

Sonam
Sonam
5 months ago
Reply to  Una

True. Hence, at the end of the day it is all about the broadcasters drive, effort and ability to read the signs. Especially when they have the song.

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago

The score is good. But in my opinion, it doesn’t suffice the quality of the song.
I mean there are other wiwi rankings much higher than the one for Greece.
Anyway, I appreciate Deban’s and William’s opinion and I am satisfied with their own score.

I can also understand that there might be some sceptical people here.
Makes sense if someone is underestimating the Greek song since no live performance is available yet. Can Stefania sing and dance? Does she have the charisma to sell her song on the stage? We will all see in May 🙂

London Boy
London Boy
5 months ago
Reply to  Batkas

3 accounting live performances are coming up I read somewhere in the next couple of days in some shows.. Greek broadcaster sent acoustic version to the ES Pre Party but asked not be played before it was on their channel first I believe this Sunday coming.. So will see soon.. Excited!!

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago
Reply to  London Boy

Nice! Lets see!
Is it a bit too late though, for 3 lives just before the rehearsals?

Darren
5 months ago

Aw 2019 staging was really stunning I thought. One of the best that year.
But each to their own I guess.

Jofty
Jofty
5 months ago
Reply to  Darren

In my view it should be mandatory for those two chaps splashing around in front of Demy in 2017 to be part of Greek staging

Una
Una
5 months ago
Reply to  Jofty

Maybe they were the only reason Greece went through 🙁

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
5 months ago

ahh this is the exact type of delulu post greek fans make that will lead the rest of us to drinking greek tears after the esc final. the way they’ve been tanking so hard every year since 2014 and still haven’t learned anything it’s almost endearing 🙂

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago

You said you are half greek, half german. No?

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago
Reply to  Batkas

Ah, ok then 🙂
Btw, I am waiting for the rehearsals, when you are going to reveal who you really are and how do you know all these things related to the Greek delegation.

kas
kas
5 months ago

Oh yes you’re absolute right….is so annoying for the rest Greek fans too believe me. Arrogance for nothing…such a great sin.

Whoareyou?
Whoareyou?
5 months ago
Reply to  kas

Aren’t you Greek yourself?

esc1234
esc1234
5 months ago

Trashlegend floparina being bitter once again

Thisisntourlastdance
Thisisntourlastdance
5 months ago

I think the song is underrated, if Stefania was competing for Russia with the song shed be top 5 in the odds now and fans wouldve been all over it, as they were all over ”You are my only one”, which was not a superior song ( kinda similar Id say, I even find Last Dance more interesting musically ).

yeahyeahfire
yeahyeahfire
5 months ago

I though that she would get at least a 7…

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago

They might be afraid of the ladders LOL

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
5 months ago

I won’t lie, I didn’t really like Supergirl last year. It felt like a junior Eurovision song that was out of place. Last dance, however, is definitely a way better song It’s actually one of my top five songs.

Jonas
Jonas
5 months ago

Bronze star.

Una
Una
5 months ago

It’s an OK song. But I prefer Denmark from all songs this year in the 80s trend.

I want Greece to do well. The expensive failure from 2019. The catastrophic disaster of 2018. On the side, I liked 2017 in studio version. So three years, three songs, three likes. Well. I am not particularly excited about “Last Dance”, having liked 2017, 2018 and 2019 a lot more. But they will go through in Rotterdam.

Last edited 5 months ago by Una
Boreal
Boreal
5 months ago
Reply to  Una

“Last Dance” but there’s nothing danceable about this song.

eurovisionfun
eurovisionfun
5 months ago

Fun Fact, although off topic: El diablo was first offered to Eleni Foureira, Helena Paparizou, Josephine, Ivi Adamou and Kalomira (in random order)

Last edited 5 months ago by eurovisionfun
Boreal
Boreal
5 months ago
Reply to  eurovisionfun

It was first offerd to Lady Gaga in 2008 and she took it then.

Ian
Ian
5 months ago
Reply to  eurovisionfun

Surely this post is about the greek entry and not the cypriot one? Greek fans….

Jofty
Jofty
5 months ago
Reply to  eurovisionfun

Disappointed not to see Vicky Leandros or Nana Mouskouri on your list

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
5 months ago

there’s too much going on in the production to make it radio friendly in this music climate. they should’ve tweaked out some 80s references that were unnecessary. overall it’s faceless dated garbaj and nothing more, no wonder el diablo is doing better in the greek charts than their own entry.

Boreal
Boreal
5 months ago

They will still vote for each other.

Last edited 5 months ago by Boreal
notyourtoy
notyourtoy
5 months ago

Well, El Diablo is doing much better than Last Dance in the charts, because, guess, Elena Tsagrinou is much more famous in Greece than Stefania. Imagine Stefania stepped in a Greek stage for the first time in summer 2019! Back in 2019, Tsagrinou had her songs with the most views after starting solo career. Even now in 2021 few people know Stefania in Greece, the majority of whom are Eurofans who follow annually Eurovision

chrysss
chrysss
5 months ago

el diablo is doing better cause it’s Panik Records behind the production…

Tibor
Tibor
5 months ago

I think I have this as my borderline qualifier from semi two, I can’t really remember, because we’re already deep in indifference territory with this one and it’s really hard to care. Yes, “Last Dance” sounds very 80s, but not cool 80s, more like either a one-hit-wonder single that peaked at around 20th place in the charts or like a forgettable album track. The videoclips don’t help, they tend to look very teen movie, everything Stefania touches turns immediately very juvenile. I fear I’m too old for this. On the flip side “Last Dance” is not nearly as annoying as… Read more »

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
5 months ago

My cousin objected to this song’s official video, as it apparently “glorifies depression and suicide attempts.” I don’t agree with him. The lyrics are rather dark, and the music is in the dramatic D minor, but other than that it’s just a dance track with a bit of hope tagged on the end. The rest of the appeal is all the Greek legend imagery. About the music: What I do like about this track are the progressions in the Verses and the Bridges. Stefania gets to sing some dramatic melodies that go all the way down to a lower F.… Read more »

Last edited 5 months ago by Purple Mask
Whoareyou?
Whoareyou?
5 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Your cousin…simply lol

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
5 months ago
Reply to  Whoareyou?

He happens to be real. So stop it.

Colin
Colin
5 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Glad I’m not the only one who noticed that there is an even more captivating melody in the verses. The chorus is cool too, though.

Kristian
Kristian
5 months ago

Again , the 80s vibe doesn’t appeal to me much. For a dance song it feels subdued to me . The mood doesn’t feel right. I like her vocal skills. The staging has kept me intrigued.
This will qualify.
6.5/10.

Boreal
Boreal
5 months ago

Denmark’s song is a much more authentic and better 80’s track and gets only 4.84. What a joke!

Last edited 5 months ago by Boreal
Poppa
Poppa
5 months ago
Reply to  Boreal

Bore off

Batkas
Batkas
5 months ago
Reply to  Boreal

Funny, I would say that Denmark’s song is a joke entry

Ian
Ian
5 months ago

I’m a fan of the 80s theme circulating but I’m not sure this song is a great depiction of it. It feels a bit middle of the road as in I wouldn’t mind listening to it but it’s not a song I’d replay. I find the arrangement a bit odd as well; a whole minute until the first chorus kicks in but only 20 seconds for the final chorus? it’s a fatal flaw for the chorus to be ‘played’ only once in the end because at that point the listener will have grasped the melody and the abrupt ending feels… Read more »

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
5 months ago

For my ranking, Stefania last year had a good song with amazing ethnic elements, but with TERRIBLE lyrics. This year, they kinda fixed the lyrics issue and had a different approach comparing to last year. However, because of the cringy videoclip, many people tend to hate the song, because the videoclip brings a different approach to “Last Dance”, something which is misleading. The bad ratings are mostly because of the videoclip as I know, because her vocals are right on place. With my first view I made the big mistake to watch the videoclip and as a result I didn’t… Read more »

Kas
Kas
5 months ago
Reply to  notyourtoy

Where are the ethnic elenents my friend ?

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
5 months ago
Reply to  Kas

I talked about Supergirl, which had the ethnic vibes (if you don’t remember hear that song just in the beginning). And a fact is that that ethnic element was used in a similar way in Karma’s revamp

Whoareyou?
Whoareyou?
5 months ago

Underrated. More like a 7,3/10 material.

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
5 months ago

Lucy’s, Tobias’s and Erdi’s taste is questionable

Roodi
Roodi
5 months ago
Reply to  notyourtoy

Let me guess it is because the do not like the song.

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
5 months ago

Underrated alert

Rye
Rye
5 months ago

Seems like pulling teeth, if you’d try to get a good score from Tobias ;D

Kosey
Kosey
5 months ago

12. Greece – Stefania – Last Dance – 8/10 – satisfying, if a little predictable, building into a soaring, electronic chorus. If you put splashing drums into a track then I am sold. This feels more mature than last year, despite the “rockin’ romance” lyric (which I pretend I don’t hear properly) and a memorable “oh oh oh” thrown in for good measure. This has a more universal appeal than Supergirl.

Colin
Colin
5 months ago
Reply to  Kosey

Not only that we have the same rating, Kosey, but at this point, at least, we share the exact same place on the list for Greece! 🙂

Kosey
Kosey
5 months ago
Reply to  Colin

Now we can be the Greece and Ukraine buddies!

Colin
Colin
5 months ago
Reply to  Kosey

Sure thing! I will be rooting for both of them to make it to the finals. I will be voting in semi 1, but I have a hunch that Stefania has it under control. 🙂

Emily
Emily
5 months ago

6) Greece – There are about 7 songs this year that I would gladly listen to over and over again, and this is one of them. Every listen it feels like Stefania’s taking me on an adventure, but I do worry about what the staging will look like for this. If there was some sort of staging that reflected the music video, I think this could do well. The one issue I have with the song – which I mentioned when it got released – was that the ending feels a little rushed. Other than that, I love it. Great… Read more »