This weekend Angus was on the ground at Madrid’s Pre-PartyES. During his time there he got to speak with Norway’s Eurovision 2022 representatives Subwoolfer. Subwoolfer told him about how they picked Norway as a country to represent, music from Earth that they have grown to like. They also gave us some insight into our dance moves. They also spoke about their love of bananas.
Who are Subwoolfer?
Subwoolfer, better known as Keith, Jim and DJ Astronaut, they say their career began 4.5 billion years ago on the moon. Their aim is to become the most successful group in our galaxy. Subwoolfer’s real identities remain a secret. The trio won Norway’s national final Melodi Grand Prix with their song “Give That Wolf A Banana”.
Listen to “Give That Wolf a Banana” by Subwoolfer on streaming services
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Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest
Norway made its Eurovision Song Contest debut in 1960 with Nora Brockstedt’s “Voi Voi”, which placed 4th. Since then, Norway has participated 59 times and won 3 times. Bobbysocks won in 1985 with “La det swinge” and Secret Garden won with “Nocturne” a decade later in 1995. More recently, Alexander Rybak won the 2009 contest with “Fairytale” with a record-breaking score.
In the past decade, Norway made the qualified to the Grand Final every year except 2011 and 2016. They notched five top-ten finishes, including 4th in 2013 with Margaret Berger’s “I Feed You My Love”. In 2019, Keiino placed sixth and won the televote with “Spirit in the Sky”. In the most recent contest in 2021, Tix qualified for the Grand Final with “Fallen Angel”, which ultimately placed 16th.
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