Well, folks. Tamta said "time is moving slowly", but we have evidence toward the contrary, as Eurovision is upon us. It is both sad and joyous that, with these final three songs, we have finished talking about all the songs in time for the jury rehearsals. We would like to thank you all for listening.
Well, folks. You knew it was coming. Every year a handful of people take their second shot at Eurovision, and we talk about some of them for you on this episode. But are any of them coming back with a vengeance, and is a victory eminent for one of these second-timers?
Well, folks. There are many reason why a person would don black clothes and proceed to scream. We have four such acts doing four such things, and we try to figure out what makes them scream - be it defiance, resentment, anguish or hatred. Ironically, there's a song called "Scream" in this year's Song Contest, and hey, it doesn't even feature on this episode.
Well, folks! It's been too long, and yes, we have about three quarters of the songs left to discuss. That's why in this episode, we talk about Denmark, Norway, Portugal and Israel's entries for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv. Oh, and we pepper in some amusing (hopefully) stories about our airplane antics.
Well, folks - the year is 2069 and that has some pretty heavy implications. Our consciousness has been assimilated into the emotion vortex, where there are sad reacts only. It has become impossible to enjoy anything. However, a faceless megacorporation is offering a revolutionary app to change our lingering feelings of sadness into feelings of warmth and mirth. We must keep our phones turned on at all times, to benefit from the effects of CMFRT-ZONE. Yes, it will allow their satellites to...
Well, folks. This is a horny episode. By that, we mean there is a lot of brass in the instrumentation for Miki's "La Venda". But yes, we also mean the other thing - that first thing you thought we meant.
Well, folks, we've done it this time. What is there to say about this episode? We guess how to pronounce the artist's name before listening to Paenda's "Limits" and then, as per usual, we're incredibly open about our emotions. We make jokes, we laugh, we cry, and so on.
Well, folks, it had to happen at some point. That's right - the "technical difficulties" episode! Best to get it over with quick. Which happens to be exactly how we feel about this song. Yowza! Maybe. Who knows. Listen to find out, cowards. Follow us on twitter > https://twitter.com/EuroDivision
Well, folks. We were going to have to talk about our own country at some point. It's time to wake Mira up so that we can stop sleeping on this song. We make comparisons to Belgium's previous two efforts at Eurovision and we ask some hard hitting questions of each other. Follow us on twitter > https://twitter.com/EuroDivision
Well, folks, we've done it. For the first time this season, we listen to a song twice. In this one, we reference two different sitcoms in the span of one minute, and after a series of excellent imitations, Mira tries her best to come up with a woman who is currently in the charts. Follow us on twitter @eurodivision.
Well, folks. We recorded this one on March 8th, and thought it best not to wait too long to put this one out. In this episode, we talk about, well, the usual subjects really. I erroneously thought Tamara Todevska was at all involved in writing this song, which explains why we don't go into the fact that the writing team on this song is just a buuuunch of dudes. Happy international women's day, y'all.
Well, folks. We certainly took our time. We briefly discuss some details of our own relationship, including video games, ASMR, and cleaning out our wardrobe. And then, as if by accident, we also actually talk about "Sebi" for a bit. Follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/EuroDivision) Rate and review our Podcast on iTunes! (itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eurovision-division)
Well, folks. In this episode we talk about one of those rare instances when a country's Eurovision act makes it to the mainstream press in another country and we discuss queer narratives at Eurovision. Follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/EuroDivision) Rate and review our Podcast on iTunes! (itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eurovision-division)
Well, folks. We certainly tried something with this one. For the first time in Eurovision Division history, neither Jeroen nor Mira has heard the song before they talk about it. Relive the experience as we stumble through Germany's national selection together! We make predictions about Michael Schulte's new song and about which act the German Publikum will select to send to Eurovision. Follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/EuroDivision) Rate and review our Podcast on iTunes!...
In which we discuss the last song in this year's line-up, which was also the last song to be released this year. We talk about jazz and about some of our favorite songs that got an unfair treatment in the previous years. Follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/EuroDivision) Rate and review our Podcast on iTunes! (itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eurovision-division)