Russia’s long-awaited entry for Eurovision 2020 has been revealed on “Evening Urgant”, this evening’s late-night chat show hosted by Eurovision 2009 host Ivan Urgant.

The song matches up with a snippet heard during the band’s reveal on Russian evening news last week, with the music video reminiscent of a kitsch 70s Eurovision performance and featuring an eye-catching leg dance from the now six-piece band. The entry mixes pop and acoustic guitar with a catchy refrain of “Uno, dos, cuatro” (One, two, four in Spanish), and also seems to have a nod to the famous German entry “Dschinghis Khan” from 1979.

The song can be heard HERE.

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