Tuesday Tune 9.6.20

Hi everyone! Hope you’re having a good week so far. So today I wanted to do something a bit different. I had an idea that every Tuesday I am going to share some music with you all that I have either just discovered myself or I’ve had it on repeat.

This can be any type of music, any genre, it could be from a film/tv show or even a musical. Just depends what I’m in the mood for. I thought it would be a fun way of sharing some music with you all and a good way of finding some new tunes.

This weeks chosen song is “Think About Things” by Icelandic singer Daði Freyr (Daði & Gagnamagnið). I’ve had this song on repeat for weeks now. It was meant to be Iceland’s 2020 entry to the Eurovision Song Contest but due to Covid the contest was cancelled.

For those of who don’t know what the Eurovision Song Contest is an annual song contest (obviously) where an act from different (mainly) European countries perform original songs in order to gain the most points from both an audience vote and each countries jury vote. I hope that makes sense.

What I love about this song is that the rhythm in it is such a bop, I always find myself bopping my head the whole way through it. Plus, if you watch the video below you’ll some of the quality dancing that makes it so iconic. It ‘s generally accepted by most Eurovision fans that this song would’ve been the 2020 winner and I would most definitely agree.

If this song sounds familiar to you, you might have seen a trend on Tik-Tok of people dancing to this song.

I hope you all enjoy this song if you do give it a listen. Let me know what you’ve been listening to this week! And I would expect many more Eurovision songs in the future as I am a massive fan!

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