Friday, 15 May 2015


Hungary have done pretty well in the past few years at ESC, and have qualified for the final every year since 2011.  In fact they have been improving on their performance in the final year on year, and came fifth last year.  Hoping to go even further than that is Boggie (someone should have told her) with the song "Wars for nothing", which is a sentiment most can agree with.

It's a gentle song, veeeeeeeery gentle in fact and even the video takes about half an hour to get going - just witness:

What do the Euro Bureau panel make of it?:

Asta Bjornsdottir:  "Very low key, simple and lovely song. Goose bumps and all.. I really hope they can bring that on stage. Like it a lot !!"

Hasse Skoldebjer:  "Mediocre, 4/10."

Annemieke Kelleter:  "The melody, her voice and the way this song progresses are quite nice, but boy oh boy oh Danny boy those lyrics, they must be some of the worst ever in Eurovision and I just can't seem to get past them. So all in all, very annoying."

Adam and Charlotte Lane: "The official video spends a minute doing … what? Nothing! I imagine that this exposition won’t happen in the live version, but really, I’m bored already (I’m a man - 1 minute attention span!). Unfortunately, the piece didn’t do enough to redeem itself. Another minute in, nothing interesting has happened. Minute #3 - ah! some nice harmonies! Too little too late. 0.5/10."

Well, Asta likes it at least!! But what do YOU think? Leave us a comment and let us know! :D

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