These last few weeks have been full of Eurovision 2018 news. The representatives have been dropping their songs to get them in before the deadline – which was yesterday (so we’re wondering where Georgia’s song by Iriao is, and we’re wondering where Albania’s revamped track is). We may still be waiting for a couple of songs, but we now have FYR Macedonia’s Eurovision song, titled “Lost And Found” which will be performed by Eye Cue.
The duo was previously announced as the representative for FYR Macedonia on 14 February 2018. It’s been almost a month of waiting to hear their song, but we have to admit that it’s been worth the wait. The song was written by Bojan Trajkovski and Darko Dimitrov. An accompanying music video has been released too.
Eye Cue consists of Bojan Trajkovski and Marija Ivanovska. They’ve done quite well in their home country, having found chart success with their previous tracks.
Watch The Music Video To Eye Cue’s Eurovision Song “Lost And Found” Here:
The track is very unique and it can either go one of two ways at the Eurovision Song Contest. It’ll either get lost amongst the many amazing genres and voices, or it will stand out. This year is going to be one of the most diverse contests we have ever seen, with almost all genres around the world being presented on stage.
All 43 contestants of the Eurovision Song Contest has now been announced. Here’s our full list: Sennek for Belgium, Saara Aalto for Finland, Waylon for the Netherlands, AISEL for Azerbaijan, Cesar Sampson for Austria, Jessica Mauboy for Australia, Eugent Bushpepa for Albania, Iriao for Georgia, Madame Monsieur for France, Julia Samoylova for Russia, Alfred & Amaia for Spain, Mikolas Josef for the Czech Republic, Ryan O’Shaughnessy for Ireland, Eleni Foureira for Cyprus, Christabelle for Malta, Zibbz for Switzerland, SuRie for the United Kingdom, Rasmussen for Denmark, Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro for Italy, Eye Cue for F.Y.R Macedonia, Franka for Croatia, Netta Barzilai for Israel, Gianna Terzi for Greece, Alekseev for Belarus, Vanja Radovanovic for Montenegro, Sanja Ilic & Balkanika for Serbia, Michael Schulte for Germany, DoReDos for Moldova, AWS for Hungary, Mélovin for Ukraine, Laura Rizzotto for Latvia, Lea Sirk for Slovenia, The Humans for Romania, Sevak Khanagyan for Armenia, Ari Ólafsson for Iceland, Elina Nechayeva for Estonia, Gromee featuring Lukas Meijer for Poland, Jessike featuring Jenifer Brening for San Marino, Claudia Pascoal for Portugal, Alexander Rybak for Norway, Benjamin Ingrosso for Sweden, EQUINOX for Bulgaria, and Netta for Israel.
After Salvador Sobral won for Portugal, last year, with “Amar Pelos Dois”; the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 will be hosted at the Altice Arena, Lisbon, Portugal; with the two Semi-Finals taking place on 8 May and 10 May and the Grand Final taking place on 12 May. A total of 43 countries will compete in the contest.