More interviews are on the line, and this time we had the pleasure to talk with The Busker from Malta. They might be asking us if we wanna dance, but for now we’d just like to have a short chat with them, which we did have at this year’s Euroclub location known as Camp and Furnace.
These guys are all about having a blast, even if it’s at a big party or at their very own party. So of course we wanna know more about them, such as who’s the clumsy party goer, who’s most likely to wanna dance and the one and only proper question, who has the best sweater?
But in order to start a party, you need a place to start it, so we also hear from the guys where their dream destinations would be, and to top it all off… will Connor finally get that beer he was promised? They might come from a small island in the Mediterranean, but they sure can bring the great mood.
Malta made their debut in the contest all the way back in 1971, but are still yet to win it all. The best result of the country is two 2nd place finishes, which they achieved back in 2002 and 2005, two victories so close in reach in such short time. It is however starting to be quite a while now since then, so we shall see if The Busker can bring some Eurovision joy to the already so Eurovision happy country.
We feel better in our sweater with @TheBuskerMt 🇲🇹 performing their #esc2023 song “Dance (Our Own Party” at The Cavern Club #eurovision #esc2023 #unitedbymusic pic.twitter.com/jyyj5TV1Yy
— escYOUnited (@ESCunited) May 5, 2023
Get to know The Busker
It’s probably an understatement to say, that The Busker don’t feel at home in Liverpool, as one of their main inspiration when it comes to music, are actually The Beatles, as well as The Beach Boys. The trio actually started as a duo, but it wasn’t long until it became a trio, after their debut back in 2012.
The group has a plethora of song and covers released online, and have even released two albums in 2017 and 2018, in which, they won the “Best Album of the Year” award as the Lovin Music Awards.
The trio had to fight their way to this year’s contest, as they went up against around 40 other entries in this year’s Maltese national selection, and in the end, it was all worth it.
Can Malta sax #YOU up for a dance this year and can #YOU see them party their way to the final?
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