🇧🇬 Intelligent Music Project: “My record number of interviews in one day was 30 – until now!”

🇧🇬 Intelligent Music Project: “My record number of interviews in one day was 30 – until now!”

Between rehearsals for Eurovision 2022, Rosie has the chance to speak to Intelligent Music Project, who will represent Bulgaria with their song “Intention”. They discuss how their first rehearsal went, how their staging was developed and their dream collaborations. They also give a little peek into the behind-the-scenes process for preparing for Eurovision!

About Intelligent Music Project

The rock supergroup has gone through multiple transformations in its line up. It currently consists of Ronny Romero, Bisser Ivanov, Slavin Slavchev, Ivo Stefanov, Dimiter Sirakov and Stoyan Yankoulov. The band originally formed in 2012, and since then have released six studio albums alongside their more recent singles releases.

Eurovision fans will be familiar with Stoyan, who has represented Bulgaria twice – in 2007, with “Voda (Water)” which placed 5th, and in 2013 with “Samo Shampioni” which placed 12th in the semi-final.

Listen to Intelligent Music Project’s song “Intention” on streaming services


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Listen to all Eurovision 2022 songs on Spotify

You can listen to all 40 Eurovision 2022 songs on Spotify by checking out our Eurovision 2022 playlist.

Bulgaria’s Eurovision Journey

Bulgaria debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest back in 2005 with the song “Lorraine” sung by Kaffe. The song came 19th in the semi-final, scoring 49 points. Following a string of non-qualifications, Bulgaria took a short break from the contest in 2014 and 2015, returning in 2016 with Poli Genova. Her entry, “If Love Was A Crime”, placed 4th overall. This was followed by Bulgaria’s best ever result in 2017 with “Beautiful Mess” by Kristian Kostov, which placed 2nd in the Grand Final with 615 points.

In 2021, Bulgaria was represented by VICTORIA, with “Growing Up Is Getting Old”. The song placed 11th in the Grand Final with 170 points.

What did you think of Intelligent Music Project’s first rehearsal? Are you excited to see them perform in the competition? As always, let us know what you think by getting involved in the comments below. Also, be sure that you follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on FacebookInstagram and Twitter for all the news about Eurovision 2022 and beyond!

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Photo Source: EBU/Andres Putting

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