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If Poland qualify, it'll be in 9th or 10th and because most of the other songs were just as vapid and undeserving.
There was no Margaret shaped fan magnet this year, so the Polish national final wasn’t at the top of everyone’s list to watch.
Kasia Moś topped the jury vote and finished second on the televote and will now represent Poland at Eurovision 2017 in May.
Let me cut to the chase by stating Flashlight is incredibly generic. Kasia and the two other listed writers seem at pains to admit it and have instead their song up as faux dramatic ballad. They should accept that lyrics like: “Fire, like a burning desire” or “Like a bullet from a gun” belong in the realms of chav-dance acts like Cascada or Scooter. Flashlight should be this year’s trashy dance song.
As has already been mentioned in the comments, there is no melody to guide listeners, so Kasia’s bad karaoke-singer habits are exposed as she shouts and grunts her way through the meaningless lyrics. If Michał Szpak only scored 20-points from juries in last year’s semi-final, surely Kasia scores less? And as much as Michał’s song grated on me, he at least had a solid vocal and stage presence. Kasia has neither.
If Poland qualify, it’ll be in 9th or 10th and because most of the other songs were just as vapid and undeserving.
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