Another day, another new crop of videos…

As expected, new promotional videos for this year’s Eurovision songs keep on rolling in.  Let’s take a look at what today has brought us:

Possibly the most anticipated reveal of the day comes from Iceland, where Gréta Salóme & Jónsi have recorded a new, translated version of the former “Mundu eftir mér“, now called “Never Forget”:

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Although they had released an official video for “Zaleilah” when the song was released as a single a few months ago, Mandinga from Romania have come out with a trimmed-down, three-minute version for the purposes of the ESC:

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Over in the Big Six, host nation Azerbaijan released their official video for Sabina Babayeva’s dramatic, ethnic-influenced “When the Music Dies”:

Also a direct qualifier for the Finals, Spain‘s Pastora Soler has given us the video for her power-ballad “Quédate Conmigo”:

Posted on March 19, '12, in 2012, Azerbaijan, Iceland, Romania, Spain. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Among all these songs, Pastora is the one I like the most, then comes Romania. The other two songs are OK but I don’t fancy them.

  2. as for the videos, Iceland and Azerbaidjan have actually the most beautiful one in this pack.

  3. I love Romania; it’s just so catchy and summery (and it’s written by Costi who writes a lot of the Bulgarian Chalga music I listen to xD) !

    I really hope Spain do well too, because Pastora is a brilliant singer, and the song is easily one of the best ballads of the year.

    At the moment, I prefer Iceland’s earlier version, but maybe I’ll get used to the English one too… Got to say, though, brilliant as it is, there are songs that I prefer…

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