Iceland’s quest to find a representative for Eurovision 2022 starts here. A special tv-program on RÚV revealed the ten finalists and songs competing in Söngvakeppnin 2022 and aiming for the golden ticket to Turin in May.

After Daði og Gagnamagnið´s successful fourth-place finish at Eurovision 2021, the shoes to be filled are big. But broadcaster RÚV has spared no expenses in finding the perfect candidates to do so.

A total of 158 songs were submitted to Söngvakeppnin this year. These have now been whittled down to ten acts who will compete in the live shows.

The line-up consists of many relative newcomers, who have not entered the selection before. But there are a couple of veterans as well. It’s safe to say that the variety will be huge this year.

Söngvakeppnin 2022 will start with two separate semi-finals on 19 and 26 February, where once again acts must sing in Icelandic. The big grand final follows on 5 March, and here acts are permitted to switch to English if they wish too. Daði Freyr and other big Eurovision celebrities will make an appearance in the final.

So without further ado, lets meet our ten hopefuls who will battle for the love and admiration of Iceland.

Söngvakeppnin 2022: Artists and songs

Amarosis – “Don’t You Know”

The band, lead by singer, pianist and athlete Már Gunnarsson, was originally founded back in 2018, under the name Már og félagar. They later changed their name to Amarosis, as a nod to Már´s eye condition called Leber Congenital Amaurosis, which has left him legally blind. Már is a multi-talented man, for he is not only a musician, but also an Olympic athlete. He flew the Icelandic flag at the Paralympics in Tokyo last summer, where he competed in men´s swimming. He is accompanied by his big sister Ísold Wilberg, who Eurovision fans know from her performance in Söngvakeppnin 2020. She landed in fourth place along with Helga with their song “Meet Me Halfway”. 

The song “Dont You Know” is written by Már and Ísold themselves and is a calm, yet upbeat anthem. According to Ísold, it compliments both of them, as she is a do-er and Már is more of a thinker. Már has had the dream of competing in Söngvakeppnin since he was a kid, but was unable to because of his career as a competitive swimmer. However, he says that during a swim practice, the lines and melody of the song sort of came to him, and there was no going back after that.

Click here for the Icelandic-language version

Markéta Irglová – “Possible”

Markéta Irglová is a Czech singer, songwriter, musician and actress, who has been living in Iceland since 2012, and holds dual citizenship. She first burst on to the scene in her home country when she started performing with her now ex-husband, Glen Hansard, and his band The Swell Season. Markéta is an Academy Award and Sundance Film Festival winning composer – she co-wrote the score for the indie film Once back in 2008. The song “Falling Slowly” from the film, was also nominated for the Grammy that year and Markéta has safely established herself as a respected musician in the indie music scene all over the world.

The song “Mögulegt”, or “Possible” in English, is written by Markéta herself, along with her husband Sturla Mio. It’s a soft and listenable indie/folk-rock composition, carried by Markéta’s soft vocals. She admits that before her move to Iceland in 2012, she did not know anything about Eurovision and barely acknowledged its existence, due to low or no interest in the Czech Republic at that time. But now, she is a true daughter of Iceland and is completely hooked. Also, her kids demanded she should enter a song to Söngvakeppnin and of course she, as a devoted mother, decided to do so.

Click here for the Icelandic-language version

Hanna Mia and the Astrotourists – “Gemini”

Hanna Mia is a young Icelandic-Swedish singer, but she has already been compared to legends such as Norah Jones and Judy Garland. Her style of music is described as a mix between jazz, blues and gospel. Back in 2018, Hanna Mia decided to start her own music project, by uploading a new song to Facebook and Youtube every day for a year. That quickly brought attention her way. Although she may not be the biggest name in the mainstream scene yet, she is bound for great things, with Eurovision hopefully the start for a brand new career.

She co-wrote her Söngvakeppnin 2022 song with the Faroese music producer Sakarias, who has been a well established electropop and rock musician for years. Originally they wrote the song as some sort of a joke and didn’t even plan to have Hanna Mia performing as she was on the verge of giving birth to her first child. But things happened quickly when RÚV approached them, and Hanna decided to step in. According to Sakarias, the song is a 60’s feel-good summer song and it fits Hanna’s voice perfectly. The pair did not put all their eggs in the same basket, as they also sent songs to both Dansk Melodi Grand Prix and Melodifestivalen. The song is called “Séns með Þér”, or “Gemini”, and it’s a slick and well-composed production. More on the melodic side, rather than the electropop one, it’s guaranteed to appeal to many listeners due to its calm and down-to-earth demeanour.

Click here for the Icelandic-language version

Suncity and Sanna – “Keep It Cool”

Suncity and Sanna is the alter ego of singer Sólborg and Swedish artist Sanna Martinez. Sólborg has been notable in Icelandic media for her fights for women’s rights. She was also a Söngvakeppnin contestant back in 2018, when she and Tómas Wehmeier performed the song “Ég og Þú”. Sanna has already been a songwriter for Söngvakeppnin once before in 2020, when she co-wrote the song “Echo”, which landed in fifth place.

The song is written by the veteran Eurovision composer Sveinn Rúnar Sigurðsson, who previously wrote Iceland’s entries in 2004 and 2007 – “Heaven” and “Valentines Lost”- so he is definitely no stranger to the bubble. The other composers are Valgeir Magnússon and Sólborg´s brother Davíð, who is also a well respected actor and director in Iceland.

Click here for the Icelandic-language version

Haffi Haff – “Volcano”

Hafsteinn Þór Guðjónsson or simply Haffi Haff, is a prominent figure in Iceland´s dance and music scene. Born to an American mother and Icelandic father, Haffi rose to fame back in the 00´s, first as a choreographer and later as a singer. This isn’t Haffi’s first stint in Söngvakeppnin, for he competed with “The Wiggle Wiggle Song” in 2008 (composed by Eurovision 2017 star Svala), which gained Haffi huge attention for his sultry vocals as well as raunchy performance. He was back again in 2010, where he so memorably jumped out of a casket in the song “Buried Alive”. He definitely gave elderly viewers a minor shock with his unhinged but fun-filled performance. 

The song “Gía”, or “Volcano”, is written by Steinar Jóhannesson, Sigurður Ásgeirsson and Haffi himself. It’s a mix between Icelandic folk music and electropop dance. Haffi is a performer with the capital “P” and will undoubtedly give us something unique, sexy and whimsical on the stage later this month. He has promised us a dance to the song, and has also promised that the dance is both easy and fun, with “fun” being the keyword. “This is suppose to be fun, fun, fun! We need a little pick-me-up and Iceland loves to dance!” says Haffi, ready ready to bring down the house.

Click here for the Icelandic-language version

Stefanía Svavarsdóttir – “Heart Of Mine”

Stefanía Svavarsdóttir is also no stranger to Söngvakeppnin, having competed both as a solo artist as well as member of singing groups on numerous times in the past. She is a powerhouse of a singer and has been a regular in various concert shows, such as tribute shows to Meatloaf, ABBA and Tina Turner, as well as being a vocal teacher and working with most, if not every single big name singer in Iceland.

The song “Hjartað Mitt”, or “Heart of Mine”, is written by Halldór Óli Pálsson, who says it’s written as an ode to his daughter and Magnús Þór Sigmundsson, who is one of Iceland´s most respectable and popular lyricists of all time (no joke!). Stefanía says that she didn’t think twice when Halldór approached her. The song hit all her feels, which will reflect off of her performance on stage and make her sing from her heart.

Click here for the Icelandic-language version

Reykjavíkurdætur – “Turn This Around”

Enter the all-female rap band Reykjavíkurdætur, who have been playfully ruffling conservative feathers with their raunchy and in-your-face songs and performances. They’ve been praising feminism and the power of womanhood since forming the band back in 2013. The girls have various backgrounds, such as actresses, singers, feminist moguls and more. The number of band members can be from three and up to nine, with today’s line-up consisting of nine key members. The girls are not afraid to delve into all topics in their lyrics, having called out body shaming, gender inequality and other fiery and sensitive subjects. They once even managed to make Ágústa Eva (aka Silvia Night) storm out of a tv-set, due to her finding their lyrics offensive and provoking. Each to their own, I guess…

Their Söngvakeppnin 2022 song is written and composed by Reykjavíkurdætur themselves. They admit that they had enormous fun writing the song, as they lived in a commune of some sort with their kids for a week while writing it. They wanted that feeling of change in the lyrics, as well as a song that makes people want to dance. Reykjavíkurdætur have been long-time fans of Söngvakeppnin and have dreamed of participating for years. Now they finally have the chance to do so. Will there be Icelandic female rap on stage in Turin?

Click here for the Icelandic-language version

Katla – “Then Again”

Katla  Njálsdóttir is a young singer and performs the song “Þaðan Af”, or “Then Again”. Katla is also an actress and perceptive viewers might know her as Andri´s older daughter from the hit noir tv-series Trapped. Her stint in music has not been long, but she is destined to bring on the heat and will definitely shine bright on stage at RVK Studios later this month.

Kristinn Óli Haraldsson, Jóhann Damian Patreksson, Hafsteinn Þráinnsson and Snorri Beck are the men behind this smooth indie-number. Kristinn Óli and Jóhann gained huge popularity in Iceland when they performed as the rap duo Jói Pé og Króli. In later years, Kristinn Óli has turned more and more to acting and Jóhann (who is the Icelandic President’s nephew – Fun Fact) has been composing and producing. But they know their stuff and this collaboration is bound to bring some magic to the stage.

Click here for the Icelandic-language version

Stefán Óli – “All I Know”

If there is anybody who is completely brand new on the scene in the line-up for Söngvakeppnin 2022, its Stefán Óli.  The 28 year old gained attention when he started uploading his covers of Ed Sheeran and Adele onto Facebook and YouTube. He released his first solo single “Dreymir Drauma” in December last year. H his music is exactly that – dreamy and melodic with strong vocals.

The song is written and composed by Andri Þór Jónsson and Birgir Steinn Stefánsson, and is called “Ljósið” or “The Light”. They first caught glimpse of Stefán on Instagram and say that the song was written specifically for his voice. Stefán himself is excited and says it’s fun to try different and more challenging things. We see great things ahead for this young man.

Click here for the Icelandic-language version

Sigga, Beta og Elín (Sísí Ey) – “Með hækkandi sól”

As a prominent and popular band from the Icelandic indie-pop and folk-pop scene, it was only a matter of time before Sísí Ey would dip their toe into Söngvakeppnin and Eurovision. The band consists of three sisters – Sigga, Elísabet and Elín – who are known for their beautiful and hypnotising voices. The girls are no stranger to the music scene, as their parents Ellen Kristjánsdóttir and Eyþór Gunnarsson are both hugely popular and well respected in Iceland. Ellen for her vocals, and Eyþór for his production work as well as playing piano for many of Iceland´s most famous bands, including the 80’s jazz funk fusion band Mezzoforte.

The song is composed and written by Lovísa Elísabet Sigrúnardóttir, who has performed under her artist name LayLow, and it has Sísí Ey´s trademark sound of beautiful vocals and mesmerising sound. Its called “Með Hækkandi Sól” or “Rising Sun”, and it’s the only song in Söngvakeppnin 2022 that will solely be in Icelandic.

Which is your early favourite from the Söngvakeppnin 2022 songs? Will Iceland reach another top five spot at Eurovision 2022? Comment your thoughts below.

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Leendert Jan
Leendert Jan
7 months ago

I had kinda missed this, but this sounds like a very fun national final! I’m pleasantly surprised by the standard and diversity of songs. My fave would probably be Sisi Ey, but there are several other interesting ones like Katla, Markéta, Hanna and the Astrotourists and Reykjavíkurdætur.

Last edited 7 months ago by Leendert Jan
shira
shira
7 months ago

That smooth groove on keep it cool is an EarWorm. Whether it wins or not, it’s an instant save to my everyday playlist. I love it.

baili Atha gloo
baili Atha gloo
7 months ago

Oh wow!! My favourite songs are Keep It Cool, Don’t you know and Með hækkandi sól
My most most favourite is Me? hækkandi sól and I want it to win
Keep it cool is OK enough and Don’t You Know is SOOOO calming and nice

Addie
Addie
7 months ago

You typed in words my exact, I mean exact feelings about these songs! You literally named the three songs that I looove! I’ve always liked your opinions 🙂

Addie
Addie
7 months ago

Wow! Less songs but most of them are really good! My absolute favorite is Med haekkum sol, the sisters are wonderful singers! I also loooove Don’t you know, it’s such an adorable song. I like Keep It Cool and Gemini, but I seriously hope they keep it in Icelandic, which is an absolutely beautiful language. I’m literally freaking out looking at the quality of this selection. I hope Iceland chooses the best song and they should get a really high result in Eurovision, or maybe even win! Iceland seriously deserves to win. Lemme go calm myself down.

Franky
Franky
7 months ago

I’m loving Sísí Ey’s song. Very nice. Also Marketa Irglova’s song is absolutely beautiful, but it is hard to find the melody as readily as you could on first listen.

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
7 months ago

finally got to listen to the songs and this selection is incredibly weak… only katla stood out for good reasons for me here, her entry has great live performance potential.

Joe
Joe
7 months ago

Words fail me to describe how INCREDIBLY pumped I am to see Daughters of Reykjavik in the lineup, who’ve been on my Icelandic wishlist ever since they got profiled in the New York Times. I love their song too! I’ve only heard theirs and the one by the other artist I recognized, Marketa Irglova (who I had to look up to make sure it was THAT Marketa Irglova – yes, it sure is, which is a crazy coincidence since I just saw Glen Hansard the other night, also a shame that Iceland isn’t in the Czech Republic’s semi), and both… Read more »

Joe
Joe
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

The one optimal scenario so far vis-a-vis artists of multiple nationalities being in the same semi as their home country is Greece being in the same semi as Norway (and POSSIBLY Austria being in the semi Italy’s voting in, if it turns out South Tyrol’s own Anger is representing them, also possibly Sweden and Estonia being in the same semi if Estonia winds up selecting Sahlene). Otherwise you’ve got near-misses in the form of Iceland not being in the same semi as the Czech Republic (if they wind up picking Marketa), San Marino not being in the semi Italy’s voting… Read more »

Addie
Addie
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Small correction: The lead singer of We Are Domi, Dominika Haskova is actually Czech. It’s the two instrumentalists who are Norwegian.

Colin
Colin
7 months ago

My favorite is Marketa. This song creates such a lovely atmosphere. I just hope that the staging evokes immediacy, as I can see it being too subtle for casual voters. I like several other song too. It’s overall a pretty selection, even if mostly a low-key one. Out of two ”in your face” entries, I prefer The Daughters of Reykjavik. It could be a fun performance.

2022
7 months ago

I hope Iceland gonna win. I love Iceland

Midnight Gold
Midnight Gold
7 months ago

I see this selection is already getting severely underrated by the typical eurofans who can’t help wetting themselves over things like hair-flipping choreos from the likes of Ronela Hajati. “Með hækkandi sól” by Sísí Ey is easily a top 50 entry in 21st century ESC if it gets chosen, at least for me, and that’s only the highlight, from a country of less than 400.000 people. For example, Ireland’s got more than 10 times that and 6 out of their last 7 entries are NQs, almost all of them deservedly so. Very good chance they make it 7 out of… Read more »

Indahe
7 months ago

Listen to all the participants up to today and all the national selection finalists that has been out.. I think yes Italy is the strongest.. but we still have a long way..

Last edited 7 months ago by Indahe
Héctor
Héctor
7 months ago

This is probably the worst Söngvakeppnin in years, I think.Not single song that could really stand out in Eurovision. The songs sound pretty average at best.

There two entries that I kind of like though: Stefán Óli – All I Know/Ljósið and Katla – Then Again/ Þaðan af. Both of them in Icelandic if you ask me.

I also enjoy “Gemini” and “Don’t you know/íslenska útgáfan”.

Iceland will struggle this year with any of them I’m afraid.

Ria van de Velde
Ria van de Velde
7 months ago

I like most of the songs but my favorites are:

Markéta Irglová – “Possible”
Stefán Óli – “All I Know”Sigga, Beta og Elín (Sísí Ey) – “Með hækkandi sól”

Alo
Alo
7 months ago

Overall the quality of the songs is good. But i can’t put my finger on one song which I think can make any wonder in Torino.
Maybe the staging will bring a bigger picture

poe-tay-toe-chips
poe-tay-toe-chips
7 months ago

I think there’s a slight problem here of while a select number of these songs sound lovely, they aren’t the “place high in Eurovision” kind of lovely and are the genres that usually do not thrive. Most of the songs in this selection are just sort of…sleepy. Personally I’d go for Volcano. It isn’t a masterpiece by any means but it does stand out from most of the ones here and is at least kind of fun and if he’s a good performer and they stage it a fun way, it could be to their advantage to help Iceland pull… Read more »

Roro31
Roro31
7 months ago

Good selection !

My top :

1. Katla
2. SunCity & Sanna
3. Stefan Oli
4. Three sisters
5. Reykjavikurdaetur

Sorry, I dont like Marketa, its very flat and linear and boring!!

Ravencrow Neversmiles
Ravencrow Neversmiles
7 months ago

I’m glad other people are finding something they like here but for me all the songs are either average or just bad. Maybe staging will bring some of these to life.

Juan Czena
Juan Czena
7 months ago

I’m sad that Ouse isn’t among the Songvakeppin artists this year.

Þórir
Þórir
7 months ago
Reply to  Juan Czena

Ouse is an extremely talented musician and I hope he blows up further but given his popularity and genre I doubt he’s had much interest in submitting an entry to Söngvakeppnin

Kosey
Kosey
7 months ago

Amarosis and Sisi Ey for me on first listen. I love those chilled-out, folky Nordic vibes.

Oy oy
Oy oy
7 months ago

Amarosis has a uplifting song that would be a great entry for Iceland!

Park Shin Hye
Park Shin Hye
7 months ago

I support “Possible” and “Með hækkandi sól”

West
West
7 months ago

I admit my jaw dropped when I saw Markéta is competing – I didn’t know she lives in Iceland. And tbh as someone who hates Falling Slowly – I fell in love with Possible.

Sabrina
Sabrina
7 months ago

Though it won’t be easy to find someone that can do what Hatari and Dadi did for Iceland, as a collective this is actually an interesting one. My favorites on a first listen are Sísí Ey, Marketa (I remember rooting for her on the Oscars!) and Katla. But I’m also very curious to find out what Reykjavíkurdætur can do on the stage.

SomebodySomewhere
SomebodySomewhere
7 months ago

I love how the fact that an Oscar-winning artist is in the bunch is totally indifferent to Wiwibloggs and they prefer to highlight the fact that a random sisterly trio is in as well in the subtitle of the article

Last edited 7 months ago by SomebodySomewhere
Rich
Rich
7 months ago

Wiwibloggs is third rate journalism run by an American who force his views on Europe, through being in juries and influencing others who think he’s important. Look at how he tries to make his sister important. Wiwibloggs is a joke.

Fast Food Music Lover
Fast Food Music Lover
7 months ago
Reply to  Rich

It’s kinda funny how a phrase in a subtitle that nobody takes seriously is enough to launch you into a furious tirade like this.

AlexisMateoFan45
AlexisMateoFan45
7 months ago
Reply to  Rich

I can’t believe that William Lee Adams from Wiwibloggs.com was the killer of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria

Jake
Jake
7 months ago
Reply to  Rich

Wow. For a non-fan, you certainly spend time on this site. I don’t have to agree with every opinion on this site, but the moment that it infuriates me to the point I’d post something like you just did—I would probably have not visited it anymore.

Tom
Tom
7 months ago
Reply to  Rich

Fully agree.

Meckie
Meckie
7 months ago
Reply to  Rich

You are totally, 100% so right! Agree with you! Thank you for finally having the balls to say the truth!

Denis
Denis
7 months ago

That is Wiwibloggs for you. More interested in sensationalism and gossip rather than the fact that a Oscar winner is competing and might win( when did that last happen)
Just take this site for what it is and laugh about the fact that people downvotes comments..

Ana
Ana
7 months ago

Is anyone on the Wiwi team is actually a journalist?

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  Ana

William actually did work for BBC. That’s all I know..

Rich
Rich
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

So did Jimmy Savile.

Denis
Denis
7 months ago
Reply to  Rich

Uh, that is quite awful comparison..

Rich
Rich
7 months ago
Reply to  Denis

I just said they both worked for the BBC. If you’re inferring something else, that’s your own problem. And of course they don’t read the comments, they literally don’t care about you, so I don’t know why you’re simping so hard for them.

Corentin
Corentin
7 months ago

I really prefer the Icelandic versions so Volcano, Turn this Around & Með hækkandi sól ! Hope that one of them will win (in Icelandic!)

Sebastian
Sebastian
7 months ago

I loved Gía/Volcano. It could do very well in scandinavian countries and in indie countries in Eurovision like Portugal, Ukraine, Lithuania.

Nils
Nils
7 months ago

My top three:

1. Sisi Ey
2. Daughters of Reykjavik (mostly because I think there never was an all-female rap group at the contest before)
3. Katla

Last edited 7 months ago by Nils
Sisi
Sisi
7 months ago

It’s between Marketa and the sisters for me, I think, though I do think I like them all to different degrees.

Eurofrance
Eurofrance
7 months ago

I really REALLY like Marketa. This could be really beautiful on a stage 🙂

ete sech
ete sech
7 months ago

Marketa’s song’s the best of this batch. Feel kind of disappointed with Iceland, but I have to accept that everything will feel underwhelming for quite a while after having Dadi

DavidESC
DavidESC
7 months ago

Marketas ex-husband Glen Hansard? They had a romantic relationship but she was never married to him

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
7 months ago
Reply to  DavidESC

I’d still call it her ex husband. I mean my aunt has been in a relationship for 30 yeats with kids without being married. If she left him it would surely be considerated an ex husband?

Liz
Liz
7 months ago
Reply to  DavidESC

Came here to say this. They were not married.

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
7 months ago

i don’t understand the point of having two semi-finals when there’s just 10 acts in total

Martin
7 months ago

I agree such a waste just for people to waste more money, disgusting. 1 show is enough tbh.

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
7 months ago

Maybe the icelandic broadcaster just wants more fill up entertainment for their tv schedule?

Aria
Aria
7 months ago
Reply to  Frisian esc

That’s the only possible reason. It really is pointless. It doesn’t even need to be 10. Based on the quality, they could have skipped half right away.

ete sech
ete sech
7 months ago

Indeed! 10 songs can perfectly perform on the same night, it’s weird

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
7 months ago

Ask Felix Bergsson (RÚV) on Facebook. 🙂

ete sech
ete sech
7 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

I shut down my fb account last year 🙁

Rich
Rich
7 months ago

As a fellow Para Athlete please refer to Már as a Paralympian, not an Olympian. Our organisation is related to but not part of the Olympic movement.

Júlí
Júlí
7 months ago
Reply to  Rich

That is most likely a language thing. We don’t use the word paralympian in Icelandic and have very similar words for the olympics and paralympics. It is one of those things that get mixed up in translation when not writing in your native language

Tedd
Tedd
7 months ago

Oh wow, didn’t expect it to be this weak. This is really bad to be honest.

beegun84
beegun84
7 months ago
Reply to  Tedd

What??! This is one of the better national finals this year.

JamofScot
JamofScot
7 months ago

I really vibe with Markéta Irglová’s song, the rest are kinda meh for me, hopefully all will elevate live.

Sale
Sale
7 months ago

TURN THIS AROUND FOR THE WIN!!!

Aria
Aria
7 months ago

OK just for falling slowly, Marketa has the edge. I was leaning towards her anyway before making the connection. Pls choose her. This could be a success.

Roelof M
Roelof M
7 months ago

This is a pretty dire selection from Iceland, bar one. The entry from Katla could honestly take Iceland to the top 10 again, in English or Icelandic imo. If she performs it with confidence, this should/will be a landslide victory for her.

Denis
Denis
7 months ago

Marketa Irglova? The Oscar winner behind “Falling Slowly”, one of the all time best Oscar winning songs from the heartbreaking “Once”?
What an honour! If it’s half as good and heartfelt as “Falling Slowly” I am here fore it..

Aria
Aria
7 months ago

What can possibly offend you when you created a character that offended so much u got booed off the Eurovision stage? I gotta know. 😀

Aria
Aria
7 months ago
Reply to  Lilja

Did they say sth offensive to her? Or was she just annoyed by the noise?

Last edited 7 months ago by Aria
Lilja
Lilja
7 months ago
Reply to  Aria

She just thought they were inappropriate

Aria
Aria
7 months ago
Reply to  Lilja

They certainly were.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
7 months ago

Looks like fun.
P.S. When I joked that RÚV should send Katla to Eurovision, I was referring to the cast of their hit show on Netflix! 😀

Aria
Aria
7 months ago

Not very impressed by this selection but I like the more intimate songs by Marketa, Katla and the three women. Maybe the volcano a bit. The rest is meh. But at least there’s nice choices. Hope they go for one of them.

Last edited 7 months ago by Aria