ESC Pulse Podcast: ESC 2017 Review – Semi 1 (part 1)

The first of five shows reviewing the songs competing in the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. This week, we have Ross Barber-Smith of Bridge The Atlantic joining us as our first special guest judge as we look at the songs in the first half of Semi-final 1.

The songs reviewed in this episode:

  • Albania: Lindita – “World”
  • Australia: Isaiah – “Don’t Come Easy”
  • Azerbaijan: DiHaj – “Skeletons”
  • Belgium: Blanche – “City Lights”
  • Finland: Norma​ ​John – “Blackbird”
  • Georgia: Tamara Gachechiladze – “Keep The Faith”
  • Montenegro: Slavko Kalezić – “Space”
  • Portugal: Salvador Sobral – “Amar pelos dois”
  • Sweden: Robin Bengtsson – “I Can’t Go On”

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Author: Kylie Wilson

Editor-in-chief of ESC Pulse. A British-New Zealander who's an unashamed Norwegophile, has watched Eurovision every year since 1999, and is not afraid to speak her mind and step outside the general consensus.

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