February 20, 2020

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The 1956 winner of the Eurovision Song Contest, Lys Assia has been hoping for a return to the continental event since last year having tried her luck with the track C'Etait Ma Vie, a chanson in the true sense of the word which despite making it to the televised showcase, failed to get anywhere near the top three at the end finishing in eighth place with around 5% of the votes of the evening as opposed to the winners, Sinplus whose Unbreakable achieved around 18% of all of the respective phone calls with the result based only on tele-voting. It seems that the performer is not willing to give up at this point in time and stated that the song she presented last year was not current and that is why, she would like to give it another go to see how the people react with a song which is much more in the vein of the music released today.

The brand new track entitled All In Your Head has been written by Eurovision Song Contest winning composer; Ralph Siegel and features the group New Jack who could be described as typical rappers. Many people have already been passing their judgement on the song with a number of individuals pointing out that indeed this is a better effort whilst others fear that the legacy of the performer is under jeopardy due to the fact that she might not make it through to the televised final of the selection which will be taking place on the 15th December at the Bodensee Arena in Kreuzlingen. It will be quite interesting to see what the online voting will eventually bring out especially now that the total number of songs has risen around 117 as opposed to the just over 70 a couple of days ago. The extension of the deadline has somewhat been important and it seems that there are some really quality songs. You can hear the track Lys Assia and New Jack here and stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for more news in the coming days.

Source: SF