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There is absolutely no reason to vote for this song. There's no hook, no passion and no relevance to current musical trends.
What felt like an eternal Moldovan national final wrapped up in a convoluted and pointless format is finally over. Unser Song has delivered a result: Levina will be performing Perfect Life in May’s Eurovision Grand Final.
There are obvious Titanium influences here, but the UK were guilty of borrowing Coldplay’s guitar riff last year and both Sweden and Denmark have been guilty of lifting ideas before. Let’s call it a score draw and move on.
When I first heard Perfect Life, I was reminded of Josh Dubovie’s That Sounds Good To Me, in that they both have that simplistic positivity narrative you’d expect from a high school music project. Perfect Life is much better than Josh’s travesty of a song, but it’s still extremely safe and is more suited to a cabaret show than the Eurovision Song Contest. There is absolutely no reason to vote for this song. There’s no hook, no passion and no relevance to current musical trends.
There are rumours of a rework, but discounting an absolute miracle, Germany are staying in the bottom five and potentially on for another last place.
Are Germany on for the first ever last place hat trick?