Hooverphonic Releases The Belgique Entry For Eurovision2020 “Release Me”

The Eurovision season is starting to pick up with entries starting to be released. this morning its time for Belgium!

Last October, The Flemish broadcaster VTR has announced that the famous band Hooverphonic will represent Belgium at the Eurovision song contest 2020. Today, as scheduled the band has revealed the song that they will perform in Rotterdam “Release Me” and as expected, the song is a catchy soft-pop, rich with symphonic string layers.

Who is Hooverphonic?

The electro-pop band Hooverphonic was founded in 1995 by Alex Callier and Raymond Geerts. Over the years the band was needed to change their lead singers a few times. the current one, Luka Cruysberghs, has joined the group in April 2018 and will complete the band’s trio for Rotterdam

the 65th Eurovision Song Contest on Tuesday 12, Thursday 14 and Saturday 16 May 2020. Belgium will perform in the second part of the first semi-final on May 12. Last year Eliot’s “Wake Up” didn’t make it to the Eurovision grand final. Will Hooverphonic do better this year?

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