Eurovision 2014

Ireland : Listen to Two more songs in the Irish Eurovision 2015 selection process

RALFi for Eurovision 2015? Photo : RALFi Facebook

RALFi for Eurovision 2015? Photo : RALFi Facebook

Ireland – We have two more songs for you to listen to that are in the Irish Eurosong selection process for Eurovision 2015 in Vienna.

You may recognise one of the songs as it was on-line also in the Swiss Eurovision 2015 selection. How the Swiss did not snap up this song over others is one of the ‘World’s Mysteries’

Today we are looking at the 2 entries from RALFi who is an Irish singer/songwriter who has teamed up with Songwriter/Producer Barry Grace. Both hail from Ireland and devout Eurovision fans.

‘The Man who won the Lottery for the Moon’ is the first song and it is an uber cheerful cute guitar/pop song as  you can see from the above video. A lot of Swiss Eurovision fans have taken to social media at their frustration that this song didn’t qualify for the auditions stage of their Eurovision selection.

The second song is ‘Hearts Factory’. An indie/pop song that for me pays homage to songs like ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ with a modern twist. You can listen to the song on-line HERE

So there you have 2 further songs that have been entered into the Irish Eurovision 2015 selection process.

What do you think of both songs? Could they score well at Eurovision? Could they win the contest? Let us know.

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : Eurovision Ireland

6 replies »

  1. I LOVE the first song ‘The Man who won the Lottery for the Moon’.
    Simple, honest, uncomplicated cute ballad. Love the arrangement and think it needs very little else. His voice suits it perfectly. Love the 80s vibe to it. I think it could do very well in Eurovision.

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