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The Wiwi Jury — our in-house team of music unprofessionals — is reviewing and rating the 37 competing songs in Eurovision 2024. Next we review Ireland, who have chosen Bambie Thug with “Doomsday Blue”.

Has their hex done its job and won us over? Read on to find out!

Bambie Thug – “Doomsday Blue” (Ireland Eurovision 2024)

Review: Bambie Thug – “Doomsday Blue”

Lucy: For a while now, Eurofans have been asking Ireland to sprinkle some flavour over their entry. To give us something that stands out. Well they’ve done that in SPADES this year, with the simply unforgettable Bambie Thug. “Doomsday Blue” is about as difficult to misplace in your mind as a song can physically get, with the “I, I, I KNOW YOU’RE LIVING A LIE” refrain hitting you with the power of a bullet train. Bambie is one of the most unique artists we’ve ever had at Eurovision, and their Ouija-Pop witchcraft is something that will be talked about for years, no matter the outcome. PLEASE qualify, Bambie. You can do it.

Score: 10

Antranig: Parts of “Doomsday Blue” feel like the world is about to end and we’re all about to be dragged into the underworld, and I’m here for that. However, this song might just have the most underwhelming chorus I’ve ever heard in any song. It’s neither here nor there, feeling like two completely different songs mashed together into one. It is not an organic marriage, leaving the overall package rather jarring, disjointed and difficult to enjoy. I want more doomsday but instead I’m left feeling blue.

Score: 2.5

William: When I first heard a 15-second snippet of this on an Insta Story, I thought I was being electrocuted. It was just so LOUD. But then I saw the performance in its entirety and went on a real journey — from darkness to light, from Halloween terror to jazz-tinged lullaby. It shouldn’t work. But Bambie marries the visual to the musical to create a totally immersive experience. Shadows, Corpse Bride, a giant moon — I’m here for all of it. It’s a brilliant risk worth taking.

Score: 8

Pablo: I’m not mad, just disappointed. One would think Sweden tying their record would push Ireland into wanting better. But giving the worst produced song of the year? A muddy, messy, barely intelligible song with little appeal? It wasn’t the move to make, to put it lightly. Just because something is risky doesn’t mean it has to be rewarded, sometimes things are risks for a reason. I truly wanted them to make “Doomsday Blue” work, but it feels Ireland has completely lost the plot, and I’m not sure how much it will take to get back on track.

Score: 2

Ireland Eurovision 2024 ranking

In the Eurovision 2024 Wiwi Jury, we have 17 jurors but only have room for four reviews. The remaining scores are below:

Cinan: 7

Deban: 6.5

Georgia: 7

Jonathan: 7

Ron: 3

Ruxandra: 7

Scarlett: 7

Sebastian: 7.5

Simon: 1.5

Suzanne: 6.5

Tom: 6

Tomas: 10

Youyou: 2.5

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 1.5 and a high of 10.

Wiwi Jury verdict: 5.97/10

What do you think of Ireland’s Eurovision 2024 entry? Share your own score and review for Bambie Thug’s “Doomsday Blue” below!

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Orla Burke
Orla Burke
27 days ago

One thing you can say about the so called jury here – clueless
hope they have egg on their faces on finals nite when a song is scored 1.5 you know the person who awarded it is a total geek

Dominic
Dominic
27 days ago

IRELAND – A leap from having one of the blandest and most forgettable songs of the year to having perhaps the most polarizing one is a big one! Love it or hate it, Ireland is again a topic of the conversation. Whatever the result, they’ve made a big step towards their comeback. An artistic masterpiece? A cacophonous noise? Both? It’s hard to listen to Doomsday Blue and stay completely neutral to it. I bet that even the mediocre scores are actually more conflicted than disinterested. Bambie Thug is pulling us in their world, and the song is unlike any other… Read more »

Yodenman
Yodenman
1 month ago

They aren’t pretending to be Bambie Thug They live and breathe being Bambie Thug. They are authentic to the song and actually believe in what is being created.
Love it or not, it’s not an act trying to be different for the sake of it. What you see is authentic.

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Yodenman

Thats why the Bambie creation for ESC24 gets all my support and love.
Since Hatari 2019 I havent been interrested more in a ESC act!!

I feel another Dark horse flying in tho.

Very glad Bambie and team managed getting in the top 10 with the international Bookmakers this week after the pre-parties.

They will make the Finals.

Avrecadavra!!

Musiclover
1 month ago

This song is terrible,

Orla Burke
Orla Burke
27 days ago
Reply to  Musiclover

No its a masterpiece you are clueless

Bandido
Bandido
1 month ago

Zombie Thug, literally! Attention seeking, painful to hear also sounding. Her moaning sounds like from porn-movie.

Marlinken
Marlinken
1 month ago
Reply to  Bandido

I don’t even want to know what “movies” you’ve been watching.

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Marlinken

I think maybe something with horses………………….???

Orla Burke
Orla Burke
27 days ago
Reply to  Bandido

Poor sod

Arch
Arch
1 month ago

Look, this is still a musical contest. The best songs, the songs that bring something new, that are exciting, that make us travel, that make us see new worlds still have to qualify. Regardless of the hardcore fans that only can digest generic Swedish stuff. Thus, Doomsday Blue will qualify and it will be very well-deserved. THEN, this is Ireland’s best song since The Voice. And that was a 1996 song. So, if Ireland doesn’t qualify this year… yikes! there will be a suicidal mass wave in the green island.

Amy Kelly
Amy Kelly
1 month ago
Reply to  Arch

It’s so much more creative than so many! The way they go between genres is so cool. It’s better than boring, predictable Sweden.

Ern
Ern
1 month ago

I LOVE this entry from Ireland, and Bambi is actually quite adorable during interviews.

Jazzyk
Jazzyk
1 month ago

There is so much creativity in this entry – the song, the costume, the story, the make up – the everything! I much prefer this than generic gimmick songs and I hope Ireland are rewarded for taking a risk on a real artist. I am just as surprised as you are but I LOVE this. Good Luck Bambie Thug!

Bandido
Bandido
1 month ago
Reply to  Jazzyk

Creativity doesn’t mean good, at least this case.

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Bandido

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Creativity as well.

I also do think this entry of Ireland is on a great level.
Many will hate it, but also many are loving it!!

Salmon the sardine
Salmon the sardine
1 month ago

I wonder how this supposed to be better than the song hurricane comparing the total avg jury verdict…..

Giorgio
Giorgio
1 month ago

I woonder what Simon’s review would have sounded like

Arch
Arch
1 month ago
Reply to  Giorgio

Yes. Me too. He’s such a handsome man. And then he goes and disappoints me like this. Or did he mean to award Bambie with 10,5 points and a mistake was made?

Samira
Samira
1 month ago

This song is the equivalent of getting beat up and slowly bleeding to death. And no, that isn’t a compliment.

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Samira

and yes this is a very ugly comment.

Liam
Liam
1 month ago

You think what you want about our song but to claim it’s the worst produced of the year is insane

Apple
Apple
1 month ago

Living for the divisive response. Witch is so qualifying.

Rasse
Rasse
1 month ago

Wiwibloggs getting slammed by ESC fans on twitter for their comments, while those fans tweet even worse comments.. huh

Seddik
Seddik
1 month ago

It’s so weird but secretly i dig it. Not enough to be my winner, but I hope it qualifies.

Celeste
Celeste
1 month ago

Because people are doing a terrible job of it please remember that bambie uses they/them.

Vivian
Vivian
1 month ago

Coming back here because apparently there’s a whole debate about Pablo’s comment. I don’t see what’s such a big deal about it. The song is terrible, that’s just an opinion he has, and I have that same opinion. If you as a performer can’t handle someone calling your song bad, that just means you’re unprofessional and immature.

Not only that. Had Pablo said this about an entry like In The Middle or Scared Of Heights, nobody would have cared at all.

Ron
Ron
1 month ago
Reply to  Vivian

Saying “I don’t particularly like this song” or “I’m not keen on the singer’s voice” would be fine. But saying it’s “the worst produced song of the year” is factually incorrectly and patently nonsense. The band Voyager (Australia 2023) reviewed Doomsday Blue on YouTube recently and said they loved the production choices on the track.

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
1 month ago
Reply to  Vivian

His review is just biased cause he hates that song

But no one has the right to say whether a song is the best produced or not, if they don’t hold a degree in music

SEIMÍ
SEIMÍ
1 month ago
Reply to  Vivian

He said it was unintelligible, like someone else said, I think that say more about him.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago
Reply to  Vivian

It’s turning out you all who dislike their song can’t stand Bambie’s opinion lol

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
1 month ago

I love how Bambie takes the “female singer with backup dancers” formula and subverts it with a song with two different rhythms. Just for that, she earns my respect.

Aan
Aan
1 month ago

*They, please let’s respect Bambie’s pronouns.

Amy Kelly
Amy Kelly
1 month ago

People who are trashing are incredibly closed minded!

Ana
Ana
1 month ago

Unlistenable and desperate for attention. Dustin the turkey but make it a screaming witch.

Amy Kelly
Amy Kelly
1 month ago
Reply to  Ana

Have you actually listened to the lyrics? And the going between genres is fabulous.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
1 month ago

at least Bambie is more of a musical theatre queen, compared to the freakshow act that is Switzerland

Dickie
Dickie
1 month ago

Some absurdly low scores, but a divisive song that I adore, and Bambie is shaping up to be the star of the show! Please qualify!

Jojo
Jojo
1 month ago

had a revelation. You guys are so not honest, not real , secret agenda and alternative motives dictate your rankings.
You did good hiding it till today but seriously.
IRELAND??? Better then Greece?Portugal? Israel??? Ok I think from this loss of trust crisis we will not recover.
So good bye

Dr. Fergal Sherlock
Dr. Fergal Sherlock
1 month ago
Reply to  Jojo

Byeeeee… Miss you already

Amy Kelly
Amy Kelly
1 month ago
Reply to  Jojo

It’s way better than those songs! So much more original. Israel is the most boring collection of cliches.

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Jojo

What secret agenda JoJo jo jooo??

Héctor
Héctor
1 month ago

I fell in love with it since day 1. I can’t believe someone in Ireland actually decided to greenlight both “Go Tabann” and “Doomsday Blue”. Both were so different and raw and both sounded very amateurish too but also interesting. It was so dark, chaotic and unpredictable that it instantly hypnotized me at first listen. And that’s maybe the biggest problem for Ireland: “Doomsday Blue” is too different too appeal the general audience. It is true the revamp has given the song some clarity and order and professional production value. I crossed my fingers for this one to win its… Read more »

Héctor
Héctor
1 month ago
Reply to  Héctor

8/10

1.     Ireland (8/10)
2.     Belgium (7.5/10)
3.     United Kingdom (7/10)
4.     Australia (6.75/10)
5.     Greece (6.75/10)
6.     Azerbaijan (6.75/10)
7.     Armenia (6.75/10)
8.     Slovenia (6.75/10)
9.     Serbia (6.5/10)
10.  Portugal (6.25/10)
11.  Georgia (6/10)
12.  Israel (6/10)
13.  Malta (4.25/10)
14.  Luxembourg (4/10)
15.  Cyprus (4/10)
16.  Albania (3.75/10)

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Héctor

I like your top.
Very current,
Im not sure with you about Greece.

Boreal
Boreal
1 month ago

Antranig, Pablo, Ron, Simon and Youyou: You know your’re living a lie!

Marlinken
Marlinken
1 month ago

Ireland will easily qualify; the UK and Australia can vote in semi-1. So can Iceland and Finland who are much more open to dark, challenging music. I would really encourage anyone put off by their first listen to listen again. What you hear as anger and fear is actually about letting out the poison of a bad relationship. A big blast of old Celtic magic. One of the more thoughtful songs this year but we all know how ESC stans don’t like to be asked to think…

Cathy Buckley
Cathy Buckley
1 month ago
Reply to  Marlinken

I agree. When I listened again, I thought very differently about it. What was crazy was that a Louis Walsh new boy band were selected for the Irish National Song contest. Boring but I guess auld Louis had a word in a few years. Glad the Irish public voters thought better. There are quite a few excellent songs rejected so I don’t know who selects them. I haven’t heard Bambie Thug’s revamped version but we want to see it get to the Final. ??????

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 month ago

Here we have arguably the most divisive ESC entry since Iceland 2019. Before I delve into the music, congratulations to Ireland for winning my “Best Official Video 2024” prize! (I bet you didn’t see that coming.) Well deserved; this is a fantastic video, bravo. The song uses a standard song structure very efficiently to separate “ouija-pop” from “bluesy jazz”. The Verses are the spells (yes, I think the syllables and rhythms are precise per line to be spells, but do correct me if I’m wrong here), the Pre-Choruses and Post-Choruses are the screaming bits, and the Choruses are the blusey-jazz… Read more »

Michèle
Michèle
1 month ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Interesting review. Just on a point of information – there is a different and ‘gentler’ ending to the song on the revamped version which I much prefer. Good luck Bambie Thug!

Cathy Buckley
Cathy Buckley
1 month ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

You certainly know your stuff Purple Mask. Thank you for the post. I agree the screaming isn’t for all but overall I get exactly what you are saying.
Let’s hope the “droves” are out in force. ????

Another Proud Eurosimp
Another Proud Eurosimp
1 month ago

Easily one of the best songs of The year, Bambi is a truly talented artist with a captivating stage presence and an astounding performance. The Irish have done it and I with them the best luck in the final.

Alex
Alex
1 month ago

this isn;t risky at all, Ireland has nothing to lose or risk… their reputation is rock bottom all these years with NQs and cringy entries. The song is interesting but Bambie screams for attention. This isn’t something innovative for ESC which (as a contest) is familiar with shock entries/performances. Since the SFs are 100% televoting, i think Ireland could sneak into the Top 10 but i don’t see it doing better than 16th in the grand final which is a good result for IRE anyway. I hope they have supported the act with a strong staging, we all know RTE… Read more »

jxck
jxck
1 month ago

this is risky for ireland and thank god because they needed to get back into that grand final. love the song, love bambie – by far the best in eurosong 2024 and should 100% qualify!!!!

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
1 month ago

I respect all artists and their music BUT…

if you ask me, I’d rather forget about this entry. This is not (should not be) from 7-win strong Ireland.

I absolutely can’t see this qualifying (objectively, other than from my personal dislike).

Come on Ireland, you can do better than that!

Good luck, Eire! You shall need it.

musica
musica
1 month ago
Reply to  Poul Riisen

Frankly it’s a bit ridiculous to say this isn’t good enough for Ireland when they’ve been sending the most bland, boring radio songs to Eurovision for years now. I like a radio song as much as the next guy, but give me Bambie Thug any time over any of their recent entries.

Amy Kelly
Amy Kelly
1 month ago
Reply to  Poul Riisen

It’s a great, creative song!

Im so fab
Im so fab
1 month ago

1st listen: wtf is this, I hate it
51st listen: wtf is this, I love it

Jimmy Kempson
Jimmy Kempson
1 month ago
Reply to  Im so fab

Yes … I agree BUT on the night of the Semi it will only be heard once unfortunately …. So a lot of people may well have your initial reaction and not vote for it

Cathy Buckley
Cathy Buckley
1 month ago
Reply to  Jimmy Kempson

Exactly what I thought. That said there are many who appear to be lauding it. I haven’t heard the revamp yet. ????

michael hill
michael hill
1 month ago

I just LOVE this song – I find it awesome, incredible, and exciting.
I saw it live on the Late Late Show and was screaming at the tv hahahaha – totally blown away.
yes, it is different – seems a bit of a ‘marmite’ song, but I for one think it is Irelands best entry in years (hmmm not sure that is actually praise….) and I just know that Ireland will qualify this year….
Go Bambi Thug!!!

Dr. Fergal Sherlock
Dr. Fergal Sherlock
1 month ago

They’ve done so so much, with so so little, it’s amazing. They rock up to carpet events and stage shows always different, always mesmerising. They’re independent (polite for poor) and continuously grafting to get noticed in a sea of generic music supported by teams and budgets… Commendations and respect. I hope they qualify so that a larger non-fandom audience get to discover their Haus. The ESC has little purpose if we can’t present different genres, differences that reflect the make-up of ‘us’, all of us. If they can’t be crowned, they can be noticed. Best of luck Bambie… Long live… Read more »

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYbCY7L2mPQ

With Greetings from our House!!

Dr. Fergal Sherlock
Dr. Fergal Sherlock
1 month ago
Reply to  FizzPunk

Haha… It’s imprinted on my brain. Their LEP live version is so good.

https://youtu.be/g94QWKstxQ8?si=K_wdbwSWqrDoA8o7

And Joost is getting my vote (as I can’t bite fory own)… Wonderfully varied and upbeat, and he’s another kooky character.

Dr. Fergal Sherlock
Dr. Fergal Sherlock
1 month ago

* vote for my… Arrghh

musica
musica
1 month ago

Joost is also an independent artist. That’s why he’s always in marketing mode (which rubs some people the wrong way :))

Dr. Fergal Sherlock
Dr. Fergal Sherlock
1 month ago
Reply to  musica

I like him even more 🙂

Cathy Buckley
Cathy Buckley
1 month ago
Reply to  FizzPunk

Oh I thought you were linking to the revamp. A different song came up. ?????

Dr. Fergal Sherlock
Dr. Fergal Sherlock
1 month ago
Reply to  Cathy Buckley

Tsunami 11:11… it’s one of their more mainstream tracks, and they did it live at LEP along with Doomsday, so Fizz and I were pretty excited about it.

Doris
Doris
1 month ago

Almost regretting Dustin the Turkey.

Alison
Alison
1 month ago

Bring back Fr Ted with my little pony ,

Kosey
Kosey
1 month ago

11. Ireland – Bambie Thug – Doomsday Blue – 8/10 – I absolutely love the eccentricity and theatrical drama in this track. There is a Disney sheen which keeps things Eurovision-friendly. I think the stylistic choice of an accessible veneer complements the ethos and presentation of the song. I am not totally sold on the repetition of the jazzy slow bit (once would have been enough for me) but I very much admire something which is so openly challenging conventions. My dark, dark soul wants much more of the metal-inspired finish but I am glad that it is there as… Read more »

Peter Quinn
Peter Quinn
1 month ago

Wiwibloggs were part of the international jury who gave top marks to that awful Louis Walsh boy band. And now we are supposed to take their opinions seriously!

SEIMÍ
SEIMÍ
1 month ago
Reply to  Peter Quinn

Thankfully the ordinary people of Ireland had other ideas and knew what they wanted.

Cathy Buckley
Cathy Buckley
1 month ago
Reply to  SEIMÍ

Exactly ??????

Cathy Buckley
Cathy Buckley
1 month ago
Reply to  SEIMÍ

Sorry my first post came up with question marks which I didn’t put in !!!

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Peter Quinn

One person. Deban.

Peter Quinn
Peter Quinn
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

No not just Devan…..have you ever worked for an organisation. It’s called toeing the line

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago
Reply to  Peter Quinn

Irish people were just like “It’s been enough, we want to qualify and show you who we are!”

Cathy Buckley
Cathy Buckley
1 month ago
Reply to  Peter Quinn

Yes the boy band were dated and could have been given great harmonies. ?? Here’s to Bambie hitting the final. ????

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago

It is utterly ghastly.

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

You say that like it’s a bad thing…

Peter Quinn
Peter Quinn
1 month ago
Reply to  Jonas

Jonas you need to get out and meet new friends. This isn’t healthy

Jimmy
Jimmy
1 month ago
Reply to  Peter Quinn

Or you could try not judging people.

Alison
Alison
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

At last a similar mind, it’s pure rubbish, just untalented screaming cause he can’t sing, let’s face it, bambi thug is boring, churned out to ensure Ireland doesn’t win,

Cathy Buckley
Cathy Buckley
1 month ago
Reply to  Alison

He??

Amy Kelly
Amy Kelly
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

It’s entertaining and creative. Love it!

Gosh
Gosh
1 month ago

This one in my favourite for the very last place this year.

Anhel
Anhel
1 month ago
Reply to  Gosh

They’ll have to wrestle it from Germany’s iron grip

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
1 month ago
Reply to  Gosh

Add San Marino, too, to the rock-bottom list.

Stephanie
Stephanie
1 month ago

When some say this is the worst entry this , they haven’t listened carefully to other entries that are sometimes said to be potential “winners”. But to each his own taste… Ireland has finally shown some courage to send something “different”. And for that only it deserves a place in the grand final. Come on Ireland !!!

EirePapa
EirePapa
1 month ago

Stopped reading at “The worst produced song of the year”. What a load of crap.

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
1 month ago

It’s 10/10 to me, the song is just iconic. Crown the witch!

Darren
Darren
1 month ago

Our strongest entry in YEARS!
We really are trying hard this year for the first time ever.

I hope the public will see that.

Best of luck Bambz

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Darren

Im with you bitch………………eeeeh Witch!!

Topnotch act from Eire this yeas.

Joost says: Greetings and its now or never.

Lets go, lets gooo…………………..

Avada Kedavra, I speak to destroy
The feelings I have, I cannot avoid
Through twisted tongues, a hex deployed on you
That all the pretties in your bed
Escape your hands and make you sad
And all the things you wish you had, you lose

Patrick
Patrick
1 month ago
Reply to  Darren

Problem is she is trying too hard to be weird. It is inauthentic and just shrieking

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

hahahaha, Windows95 is just hacking the live stream with their cringe shrieking act. Trying too hard being weird and a novelty act.

Amy Kelly
Amy Kelly
1 month ago
Reply to  Patrick

Norway shrieks and people fall all over themselves to compliment it. And it’s an annoying song based on an old fairy tale with the old wicked stepmother trope. {{Yawn}}

Despicable Annie
Despicable Annie
1 month ago

This is fantastic! I love the contrast between the playful verses and the scary chorus. I think Bambie will be an easy qualifier and a televote success, they stand out with their style and stage presence.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
1 month ago

Ireland 7,5/12

Cathy Buckley
Cathy Buckley
1 month ago
Reply to  Antananarivo

Does that mean they will qualify?

musica
musica
1 month ago

I love this. You don’t want 37 songs in Eurovision to be like this of course, but I prefer a song and artist to be actually edgy, than just a regular pop song that tries to be. This seems authentic to what Bambie Thug wants to tell and wants to represent, and I hope they make the final.

Camellia
Camellia
1 month ago

25th place – Ireland
I have to admit there are worse songs than this one this year. However according to me I don’t think this particular song is good either. When I first heard it I felt like my eardrums were about to explode. The song overall is too messy, there is too much going on and it’s pure chaos. It definitely stands out from everything else this year, but I still think that might not be enough for Ireland. Qualification is in question and it isn’t certain until we see the staging.

Leo M
Leo M
1 month ago

You’re either gonna love or hate it but you can’t deny this will get people’s attention. It’s so out there, there’s nothing else like it and I know they will pull it off staging-wise. I think there is enough love for this out there to help it to the final. We need Bambie in the final

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
1 month ago
Reply to  Leo M

This is horrifyingly true… :p

FizzPunk
FizzPunk
1 month ago

I loved Bambie Thug from the moment I saw them in the national final of Eire for ESC24 in the Late late show. They grasped and captivating my attention straight ahead. Such a thing hasnt happend with me since 2019 with Hatari, Iceland. Previous material of Bambie and team is very interesting and a wonderfull journey. They are a very creative and artistic bunch!! I think they will put on a fantastic performance on the ESC24 stage in Malmö. Wishing them all the best of strong inspiration as from the old pagan traditions, connecting with the inner core of our… Read more »