More promo videos? Say it ain’t so!

As expected in the days before the annual Head of Delegation meeting in Baku, more nations are revealing the official promotional videos for their songs.  We’ve gone over some of these new clips in previous posts (check them out here and here), but the past 24 hours have brought in a flash-flood of new videos and remixes.

One of the first songs to be revealed in this year’s National Final season, Sinplus from Switzerland have recorded a new video for “Unbreakable”:

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Going up against Switzerland in the First Semifinal will be Hungary‘s Compact Disco and their song “Sound of Our Hearts”:

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Moving on to Semifinal Two, Kaliopi from (FYR) Macedonia has given us the video for her song “Crno i belo” which, despite its title, is in full-color.

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Georgia‘s Anri Jokhadze presented a revamped version of his “I’m a Joker”, complete with an accompanying music video.  (Interesting point: included in this remix are the first lyrics in the Georgian language in a Eurovision entry):

Like the Georgians, Nina Badrić from Croatia has also remixed her entry, “Nebo”, as well as giving us a new video to go along with it:

Finally, although they haven’t yet recorded their official video, Litesound from Belarus has completely remixed their entry “We are the Heroes”, veering the song away from its original pop-rock sound and more towards an electronica-influenced vibe:

The official entry from the United Kingdom, as well as the videos from Iceland and Azerbaijan, among others, are expected to be released tomorrow, so stay tuned!

Posted on March 19, '12, in 2012, FYROM, Georgia, Hungary, Macedonia, Switzerland. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I’m a bit disappointed that Croatia have changed their track slightly – it stood out more with the R’n’B influences whereas now it looks even more similar to Bosnia/Slovenia… 😥

    I like what Belarus have done to “We Are the Heroes” though – maybe if they could kinda bring back some of the guitars etc. and end up with a version between the two, it would be great. 🙂

    And georgia is just horrible. It annoys me so much; and it will probably end up qualifying too :/

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