At this year’s Eurovision in Concert in Amsterdam, Angus was joined by Lord of the Lost for an interview. They will be representing Germany at Eurovision 2023 with “Blood & Glitter”.
Check out our interview with Lord of the Lost here!
Lord of the Lost talk about how difficult it is to name musical influences, how a photobook inspired “Blood & Glitter,” and what it is like to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience twice. They also discuss their songwriting process and more,
About Lord of the Lost
Lord of the Lost was founded in 2007 by Chris Harms, initially intended to be a solo project. However, as the project grew through MySpace, Harms realised that he would need a full band to play the music live, and recruited his friends from the Hamburg music scene to join him. The project was initially just titled “Lord”, but became “Lord of the Lost” to prevent confusion with other acts Lordi and The Lords. Since then, Lord of the Lost has released 8 hit albums, including the #1 charting “Blood & Glitter” in 2022. You can read more about Lord of the Lost in our handy Preview series by clicking here.
Germany’s Eurovision Journey
Germany has been part of Eurovision since the beginning, debuting in 1956. Their debut entries were Walter Andreas Schwarz’s “Im Wartesaal zum großen Glück” and Freddy Quinn’s “So geht das jede Nacht”. Germany has appeared at every Eurovision since except for 1996, which means they have been at more contests than any other country. They have a long history of success in Eurovision, finishing in the top 3 an impressive 13 times. Germany has won the contest twice. Nicole won in 1982 with her song “Ein bißchen Frieden”, taking home 161 points in the process. Their second win came in 2010, when Lena scored 246 points with her song “Satellite”.
Germany’s most recent Eurovision entry was Malik Harris’ “Rockstars”. As Germany is part of the Big 5, they automatically qualified for the Grand Final. In the Final, the song received 6 points and finished 25th in the Final.
What do you think of Blood and Glitter? Can Lord of the Lost bring Eurovision back to Germany? Let us know your thoughts! Also, be sure to follow “That Eurovision Site” on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok as we prepare for Eurovision 2023!
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