Updates and Videos and Translations, oh my!
Not sure what’s in the water in Europe today, but today we’re not only officially hearing the songs from the UK and San Marino (although the British song “I Can” was leaked yesterday, I’ll wait until after their official performance on “The Graham Norton Show” to post the clip), but revamped songs from Croatia and Georgia, a translated Dutch song, and the videos from Ireland, Spain, and Italy have all been released!
From Croatia, we have Daria Kinzer’s “Celebrate”, the former “Lahor” and “Break a Leg”:
We have Georgia’s new video with the updated version of “One More Day”, now with Eldrine’s new lead singer Sopho Toroshelidze:
From the Netherlands, the 3J’s “Je vecht nooit alleen” has become the English-language “Never Alone”:
From Ireland, we’ve got the official video from Jedward’s “Lipstick”:
Spain’s “Que me quiten lo bailao” by Lucía Pérez has gotten a minor revamp (with added instrumentation) and a brand new video, filmed in the resort town of Sitges during Carnival:
And finally, Italy’s Raphael Gualazzi has released a new version of “Follia d’Amore”, a bilingual track called “Madness of Love”:
More to come later today, with the official unveiling of Senit’s song for San Marino and Blue’s “I Can” for the UK!
Posted on March 11, '11, in 2011, Croatia, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
I'm still loving Italy's song a lot. Though what in the world were those random Robert De Niro clips about??? It was especially strange how they appeared in the first part of the video, then not at all for the rest of it.
It looks like "Madness of Love/Follia D'Amore" is being used on the soundtrack to the movie "Manuale d’Amore 3", starring Robert De Niro and Monica Bellucci…I agree, though, that they should have been featured throughout the video!