He’s ‘Always On The Run’ but he will be making a pitstop at the London Eurovision Party! Germany’s Isaak will be performing for fans at Here At Outernet on April 7th.

The gravelly-yet-powerful vocalist will be coming to perform his empatic Eurovision 2024 entry “Always On The Run” to the London crowd.

Who is Isaak?

Isaak Guderian is a 29 year old singer from Minden in the picturesque Rhineland in Germany. Thirteen years ago he took part in The X Factor Germany, before alter creating his own music events company. The COVID pandemic made him start to pen his own tunes, and now here we are, with Isaak representing his home country at Eurovision!

He got the golden ticket by winning Das Deutsche Finale – Germany’s national selection. He had a tough draw, performing third, but his flawless tones won him both the jury and televote convincingly, beating fan-favourite Ryk, and Germany’s darling Max Mutzke in the process. In fact, whilst he was close on public vote with Max Mutzke, the pair were miles ahead of the rest of their competition, with Isaak getting over 110,000 votes.

Now he has changed one minor swear in the song, he is ready to go to Malmö and amaze the crowd. First though, he will be attending the London Eurovision Party on his pre-party circuit.

London Eurovision Party 2024

The London Eurovision Party is the biggest annual Eurovision event in the United Kingdom.

The party will see a majority of artists from the year of 2024, but joining them will be some Eurovision alumnis too. This year the party celebrates its 15th edition at Here at Outernet in the UK capital.

Here at Outernet is a large concert venue right in the beating heart of London. It is known for its artistic styling and modern spaces. The London Eurovision Party will provide an excellent chance for a British audience to see their favourite acts before the contest itself.

Are you ready to sing along to that anthemic chorus at the top of your lungs? Have you got your ticket to London Eurovision Party yet? Who else do you want to see at the iconic pre-party? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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28 days ago

The eurofans are too rude towards Germany, the song is maybe not the most original but this guy is overtalented, he has a great voice, and it deserves to be highlighted. Personally he was among my winners of the german national final and I can’t wait to see him performing again.