Jessica Spiteri has chosen the Belgium 2021 Eurovision song, The Wrong Place, by Hooverphonic as her latest in a series of covers.
HOOVERPHONIC from BELGIUM had their second rehearsal.
Sunday 9 May and the rehearsals started for the second bunch of songs from semi final one. ESC Covers have on line accreditation and a team of reporters will follow it in shifts and report for us. Here is the tenth report from the first rehearsals of semi final one – that of Belgium.
From day for the next 13 days until 10 May 2021, ESC Covers will publish the 39 CD singles of the 2021 Eurovision song contest. These designs were done by Stephan Herholdt and is a one of a kind.
Like 2020, ESC COVERS has again commissioned Stephan Herholtd to design the 2021 promo singles for us.
There are 39 entries for the 2021 Eurovision song contest and a promotional single from ESC Covers will be done for each entry. We will publish each one of them as we receive them at one a day.
Thanks to 57 people who responded to our call to submit a top 10 of the 2021 entries, we have an exciting result!
The entries for the 2021 Eurovision song contest are now released fast and next in line is the entry from BELGIUM.
2021 Eurovision in review – 39 countries and songs.
Comments, reviews and video’s for all 39 songs competing at Eurovision 2021 in Rotterdam.
- Belarus – Disqualified
- Czech Republic
- The Netherlands
- North Macedonia
- San Marino
- United Kingdom
Hooverphonic have released Release Me, the song they will represent Belgium with at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest.
Release Me is a downbeat track with an almost James Bond soundtrack type sound. It is composed by Alex Callier and Luca Chiaravalli.
You can see the official music video for Release Me below.
Source: ESC Covers; Eurovision.tv