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ESCUnited’s Eurovision artist new music round-up: January 2022 edition

We’ve already released our article on new releases from former national final participants back on Monday, and now it’s time to celebrate the musical releases from your favorite Eurovision artists! January was a bit quite in the music world, with only 20 releases coming out of the vaults – but they still come from across Europe and cover a variety …

ESC 250: Loreen’s Reign at the Top Continues, Songs from Spain and The Netherlands Jump Over 700 Places

As has become an annual tradition, ESC Radio and Songfestival.be teamed up today to present the online Eurovision fandom’s 250 favorite contest entries. And when all was said and done, Loreen‘s “Euphoria” once again captured the top spot . Right on her heels were 2021 Eurovision champions Måneskin, with their winning entry “Zitti e buoni”. The remainder of this year’s …

Big Night for Eurovision Acts at MTV EMA: Måneskin, Gjon’s Tears Take Home Trophies

The MTV European Music Awards were held in Budapest, Hungary, earlier this evening, and two Eurovision 2021 artists took home top honors! Eurovision 2021 winners Måneskin were nominated for three categories at this year’s ceremony: Best Group, Best Rock Group, and Best Italian Act. The latter is a regional award voted on by the Italian public. Though the quartet did …

Switzerland: The Hunt for Gjon’s Tears’ Successor Begins

Since switching to an internal selection in 2019, Switzerland has had a very successful Eurovision run, placing 4th and 3rd in the past two contests. Starting today, the broadcaster is looking for the artist or artists who can follow in Luca Hänni and Gjon’s Tears’ stylish footsteps. SRF, the German-language Swiss broadcaster that organizes the country’s Eurovision efforts, has begun …

Switzerland: Gjon tears through a universe of melancholy

Rotterdam, 11 May 2021 He was a hot favourite going into rehearsals today, but did Gjon Muharremaj live up to expectations? Country: Switzerland (#CHE) Act: Gjon’s Tears Song: “Tout l’Univers” Semifinal: Second (20/05/2021) Position in Running Order: 15/17 Gjon’s rehearsal was a surprise to many in the press centre. Many of us were expecting a composed performance behind a piano, but …

Switzerland: Gjon’s Tears releases his Eurovision 2021 entry “Tout l’Univers”

Just a few moments ago, Swiss representative Gjons’s Tears just revealed one of Eurovision’s biggest secret of this year; His 2021 Eurovision entry! After giving us some hints, we finally know that Gjon’s Tears will perform the song “Tout l’Univers” on the Eurovision stage in Rotterdam. Without further ado, let’s listen to the song! After the cancellation of the 2020 …

Swiss representative Gjon’s Tears will release his song on 10 March

Zürich, 5 March 2021 Swiss Broadcaster SRF have just published a tweet in which they announce the release date of their upcoming Eurovision song.  Gjon’s Tears (stage name of Gjon Muharremaj) will reveal his entry on Wednesday, 10 March 2021, at 16:00 CET. Last year, the Swiss-Albanian singer attempted to represent the Alpine nation with the artpop ballad “Répondez-moi“, which …

Switzerland get to work on Eurovision 2021

It looks like Switzerland’s work on Eurovision 2021 is starting early, with the team behind the country’s participation in the contest posting a teaser this afternoon. Switzerland are one of 20 countries so far who have given a second chance to their 2020 participant, with Gjon’s Tears selected internally once more by SRG SSR, and the broadcaster has teased that …

ESC United “Expert” Panel 2020 – Switzerland

Our “Expert” Panel continues for another year, with 15 members of the ESC United team having sat down to review the hopefuls that were set to represent their nations at Eurovision 2020 in Rotterdam! As a quick reminder, the rules of our “Expert” Panel are simple; our team provide a score for each entry between 1 and 10, with .5 …

Artists react to Eurovision 2020 being cancelled

Just a few hours ago we unveiled that the Eurovision Song Contest would not take place in Rotterdam this upcoming may due to concerns of spreading the coronavirus and travel restrictions. This announcement, while shocking for us at ESCUnited and for fans alike, has been even harder for the 41 artists who won the right to compete in the 2020 …

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