Eurovision 2014

POLAND : Donatan & Cleo for Eurovision 2014 with the “Slavic Girls” song?

Donatana and Cleo : Phot © promotional materials Donatan & Cleo

Donatana and Cleo : Photo : © promotional materials Donatan & Cleo

POLAND – Fans were overjoyed to read that Poland were returning to Eurovision 2014. There were many rumours that 1994 singer Edyta Gorniak could potentially represent the country in Copenhagen following her comments. However it looks as if we may have their artist for Eurovision about to be announced.

According to Let’s Talk About ESC the duo of Donatan & Cleo could be set to announced by TVP as the artists to represent Poland at Eurovision 2014. Furthermore they premiered the English version of the song “Slavic Girls” this morning on Polish tv.The original Polish version “Mr Slowianie” has been a massive recent hit in Poland. They are a fusion of Dub-Step and Traditional Polish instruments where the band question the rap stereo types.

Donatana and Cleo : Phot © promotional materials Donatan & Cleo

Donatana and Cleo : Photo© promotional materials Donatan & Cleo

Here is the Polish video of the song

Here is a short clip of the English version of the song on Deezer – LISTEN HERE

Even the BBC picked up on this song back in November when it was released – READ HERE

Here is the Live version of the song recently in Poland

TVP are still to formally announce their act and song for Eurovision 2014 but the sources at Let’s Talk About ESC say that this is potentially the Polish entry. What do you think of the song?

Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : Let’s Talk About ESC

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