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Thursday, 23 May 2013 01:29

United Kingdom: 'Tomorrow' Makes Official Chart

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During this years' edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, Malta finished in eighth place thanks to an astonishing performance of the song Tomorrow co-written by Boris Cezek and Dean Muscat with vocals provided by Gianluca. In the official mid-weeks posted by the British Broadcasting Corporation, responsible for the charts in the United Kingdom, the track is the second highest entry from the Eurovision Song Contest, just behind the winner of the event, that being Only Teardrops by Emmelie de Forest for Denmark. The mid-weeks are a fair reflection of the official charts which will be posted on Saturday evening and whilst the track will hopefully remain in the top forty, we'll be upbeat with a top fifty finish. 

Tomorrow, which received seven (7) points from the United Kingdom, most likely a perfect mixture of both jury and tele-voting has received positive reviews from all across the board. Malta and the United Kingdom have a mutual relationship due to the colonisation of the former in the years gone by and with one of the nations' official languages being English. At this point in time, the track has managed to peak at number #37 and whilst hoping that it goes higher, the influx of sales has already taken place. Indeed, this will mark one of the rare occasions in which a Maltese artist entered the foreign charts noting that Fabrizio Faniello had conquered Sweden and Denmark, Jon Lukas Woodenman had managed Lebanon and the United Kingdom and Kevin Borg entered those in Sweden following his Idol victory.

In the meantime, Joseph Calleja remains the most successful export but his genre is predominantly classical as opposed to the mainstream seen above. Tomorrow, released by Sony Music United Kingdom and distributed by Believe Digital was promoted through Facebook and Twitter by Alan Bambrough, Neil Busato and Darren Hemmings apart from promotion by Daniel D'Anastasi, Peter Carbonaro, Joseph Mizzi and Anton Attard during the actual Eurovision Song Contest. We would like to wish every success towards all of those who made this years' participation a successful one. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for more of the latest news. 

Source: Official UK Charts


Last modified on Thursday, 23 May 2013 01:31