The Irish band Wild Youth has filmed its postcard for Eurovision 2023. It features a beautiful vintage red car and the highest pub of Ireland.
It’s postcard season! Before doing the intense rehearsals for the Eurovision Song Contest, each acts film their postcard, a brief video introducing every representing act before their performance on the stage.
Last week, Wild Youth, who will represent Ireland in Liverpool on May, filmed their postcard in which we can see the band driving a vintage red car across the Irish landscape. The four members — Conor, David, Callum and Ed — also go to Johnnie Fox’s which is the highest pub in Ireland located in Glenncullen. It is 912 feet above sea level (around 278 meters).
We're on the road to #Eurovision2023! 🚘
Next stop, Ireland, where we're going BTS with Wild Youth for the filming of their #Eurovision2023 postcard 🇮🇪 pic.twitter.com/qBJd09DnfQ
— BBC Eurovision (@bbceurovision) April 2, 2023
This year, the Eurovision creative team decided to film the postcards in more than 111 locations across the United Kingdom, Ukraine and all the 37 participating countries at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, according to the press release from BBC published this morning.
By the way, the 2023 postcards will feature drone videos and 360-degree cameras, and you’ll get to see all of that before each performance in both Semi-Finals and the Grand Final on May 9, 11 and 13.
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