🇨🇿 The Valentines: “We play happy songs about sad things”

🇨🇿 The Valentines: “We play happy songs about sad things”

Angus had the chance to sit down with The Valentines, who are competing in ESCZ with their song “Stay or Go.” Their indie entry talks about the ups and downs of a relationship. The Valentines spoke with us about applying to the selection, their amazing range of musical influences, and when we might be able to expect their debut album!

You can vote for The Valentines and “Stay or Go” to go to the Eurovision Song Contest over on escz2022.com. Voting closes on December 15, with the winner announced the following day. The winner of ESCZ will be decided through a 50/50 jury and public vote, with the public vote being evenly split between Czech and International votes.

Czech Republic’s Eurovision Journey

The Czech Republic first appeared on the Eurovision stage in 2007. Their entry, Kabát with the song “Malá Dáma,” finished 28th in the semi-final. After not qualifying three years in a row, the Czech Republic withdrew from the contest until 2015. They first appeared in a Eurovision final in 2016, with “I Stand” being sang by Gabriel Gunčíková. Their best result to date was in 2018, with Mikolas Josef’s performance of “Lie to Me” scoring 281 points and finishing 6th. The Czech Republic’s most recent entry was “Omaga” by Benny Cristo, who finished 15th in his semi-final with 23 points.

What do you think of Stay or Go? Would you like to see The Valentines on the Eurovision stage? Let us know in the comments below or on social media. Don’t forget to follow ‘THAT Eurovision Site’ over at FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

News Source: That Eurovision Site

Photo Source: The Valentines / @__helena_________ (Instagram)

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