Eurovision Union’s Weekly Playlist (23/52)

Each week, Eurovision Union is dedicated to bring you a specially curated playlist with a whole bunch of our favourite Eurovision and National final stars, new and old! This week has been packed with new releases from the stars we know and love, so it’s sure to be a playlist you’ll love as much as […]

2017 Eurovision Review – Switzerland

Switzerland have two varieties of Eurovision acts. Sometimes, well most of the time (recently) they’ve picked shockers. Songs that just don’t make an impact on audiences, and as such don’t get the votes. The other variety is the surprise package, a la Sebalter, where the song is kinda out there, but gains this fan favourite […]

2017 Eurovision Review – Portugal

Portugal remains as the nation with the longest participation without a win. In fact, their best result has been 6th place, and that was back in 1996. Their last four entries have failed to make the final, so it’s about time that Portugal pulls one out of the bag. Despite their results, Portugal has always […]

2017 Eurovision Review – Latvia

Latvia found their Eurovision spark in 2015 with Aminata, and the reinvigorated Latvia continued their qualification streak with Justs last year, with a song written by Aminata. This year, with Aminata crossing borders and writing a song for the Lithuanian national final, Latvia had to fend for themselves and pick something worthy of once again […]

2017 Eurovision Review – Israel

Israel have sent some cracking songs in the last few years, and for the most part, I’m a fan of their Eurovision style. Golden Boy still remains as one of the most memorable moments for me in regards to Israel in Eurovision, and even Made of Stars was a song I thoroughly enjoyed. This year, […]

2017 Eurovision Review – France

France finally hit the jackpot in 2016 with Amir, a fresh artist with an incredibly catchy song, and finally they hit the top 10 for the first time since Patricia Kaas in 2009. This year, they internally selected their artist and song once again, and it will be Alma performing the now bilingual version of […]

Best of the Bunch: Czech Republic

Czech Republic is one of the Eurovision babies of the class, with their first Eurovision performance in 2007. Since then, they’ve participated inconsistently, and not overly successfully, but regardless, some of the performances we will discuss today are favourites of ours, and maybe yours too! Today we’re going to recap the performances between 2007 and […]