Eurovision 2024: Reviews (Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine & United Kingdom)

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Welcome back to our reviews of the Eurovision 2024 songs! Today we will end our series with the following 7 countries: Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine & United Kingdom. Enjoy!

SERBIA: Teya Dora – “Ramonda”

Raul: I am not a fan of ballads, so I don’t know what to say about this. It’s good but as I’ve mentioned I am simply not a fan of this type of songs.

(Rating: 6/10)

Reza: This is so beautiful. Teya Dora delivers a stunning performance of Ramonda, where you can totally feel her emotion. Lovely song and the staging is excellent. I am so glad that Serbia took the risk and send a ballad in this year full of uptempo songs. This has to qualify!

(Rating: 10/10)

Robert: I simply love it. I like the vibe. The video, the visuals, everything. It is pure art.

(Rating: 9/10)

Ionut: Vocally, Teya is very stable and manages to transmit a lot. If she is qualifying, I can see this ending very high in the jury ranking.

(Rating: 8/10)

Average: 8.25/10

SLOVENIA: Raiven – “Veronika”

Raul: Veronikaaaa ooohhhh, this is so freaking good! I want this to end in top 10! Her voice is so so powerful and the song is so great! Can’t wait to see her moment in Malmo!

(Rating: 9/10)

Reza: Honestly, Veronika doesn’t captivate me at all. However, Raiven is excellent and she will deliver an outstading vocal performance but we will see if it’s going to be enough for her to qualify. Nevertheless I am happy that she got the opportunity to represent her country.

(Rating: 6.5/10)

Robert: Mystery. Dark. Autherntic. Slovenia is once again singing in their own language and we are ready to see Raiven slay!

(Rating: 9/10)

Ionut: I hope that the show will be a very good one, because in order for this song to have a complete vibe, it needs an extremely good visual arrangement.

(Rating: 9/10)

Average: 8.38/10

SPAIN: Nebulossa – “ZORRA”

Raul: Zorra Zorra Zorra! Spain what did you do? This is so catchy and this is what we need! This is going to be the anthem of this year’s Eurovision. I know that this will not score well but they don’t deserve that. I want to see Zorra in top 10!

(Rating: 8/10)

Reza: ZORRA delivers such a strong message of feminism and I am here for it. Besides Nebulossa being icons, the song is extremely catchy and will stick to you. I hope they will do great!

(Rating: 10/10)

Robert: This song is such a bop, really cunty. She will steal the hearts of many fans.

(Rating: 10/10)

Ionut: I don’t like Spain’s song this year at all. Honestly, I don’t even understand why it is so appreciated.

(Rating: 3/10)

Average: 7.75/10

SWEDEN: Marcus & Martinus – “Unforgettable”

Raul: Sheeee’s unforgettable! I love this so freaking much! The full package is amazing! The guys are so so good. The song fits perfectly and the staging is absolutely my dream for this song. This is my winner of this year and I hope they will end in top 10.

(Rating: 10/10)

Reza: Sweden just know how to do well in Eurovision and Unforgettable is not going to be an exception. The song has an excellent production and the staging elevates the song even more. The boys know to deliver, so this is cannot go bad for them.

(Rating: 10/10)

Robert: KINGS! The boys got the whole package. They deliver dance, vocals and staging. The lights are something else! Artsy and boppy.

(Rating: 10/10)

Ionut: Sweden sends good songs every year, so obviously this year they didn’t miss it either. These two have an amazing show and for me the songs sounds a bit Eurovisionistic, but overall it’s a good package.

(Rating: 8/10)

Average: 9.50/10

SWITZERLAND: Nemo – “The Code”

Raul: Ok, Switzerland is delivering again! I like this and it can be the winner of the entire contest. The vocals are so so good, the song is amazing and I am sure that the staging will be great.

(Rating: 10/10)

Reza: This is a great song. Nemo has an amazing voice and they know how to show that with “The Code”. Everything happening here is very interesting and I don’t think that we have ever seen a song mixing so many genres. Is it finally time for Switzerland to win again?!

(Rating: 9.5/10)

Robert: My second favourite this year. It will probably win Eurovision! The combination of opera and hip hop is the best I’ve ever seen. Nemo will serve and I love them so much for their artistic vision.

(Rating: 10/10)

Ionut: I think they have one of the best voice in the competition. Somehow I don’t like the song because it seems too much for me. But at the same time, I understand why this is so appreciated. Sometimes a little means more.

(Rating: 5/10)

Average: 8.63/10

UKRAINE: alyona alyona & Jerry Heil – “Teresa & Maria”

Raul: For me it is a combination of Kalush and Jamala, but it doesn’t give me winner vibesa at all. However, the song is good and I am excited to see the rehearsals.

(Rating: 8/10)

Reza: Simply beautiful. Teresa & Maria has a divine atmosphere and I am here for it. They are great and I am excited to see what they prepared for us in May!

(Rating: 9.5/10)

Robert: It’s really lovable. The East European element is really impressive and their voices mixed together sounds so good.

(Rating: 8.5/10)

Ionut: I like this song very much. The chorus is absolutely divine and the mood this song creates to me is something I can’t describe (kind of nostalgic).

(Rating: 10/10)

Average: 9.00/10

UNITED KINGDOM: Olly Alexander – “Dizzy”

Raul: One of my favourites songs of this year’s contest. I waited so long for Dizzy and since its release I have it on repeat. I know that this will finish in the right part of the scoreboard, but it’s still going to stick with me for a long time.

(Rating: 10/10)

Reza: This song is Years and Years and coded, and this what I was excepting from Olly. Maybe it’s not the most competitive song for Eurovision but it’s a great radio hit.

(Rating: 10/10)

Robert: Olly will serve but I hope the song will not end to be forgettable into the sea of strong songs in the final. But for me, this is a really strong contender.

(Rating: 8.5/10)

Ionut: At first I didn’t really like the song. But it’s extremely catchy and somehow by the end of it you already start humming it.

(Rating: 9.5/10)

Average: 9.50/10

Our scoreboard after 30 reviewed songs:

  1. GREECE – 9.88**
  2. AUSTRIA – 9.88**
  3. SWEDEN – 9.50*
  4. UNITED KINGDOM – 9.50*
  5. ITALY – 9.50*
  6. GEORGIA – 9.38
  7. FRANCE – 9.25
  8. UKRAINE – 9.00
  9. SWITZERLAND – 8.63
  10. SLOVENIA – 8.38
  11. CROATIA – 8.25*
  12. SERBIA – 8.25*
  13. BELGIUM – 8.25*
  14. LUXEMBOURG – 8.25*
  15. CYPRUS – 8.25*
  16. NETHERLANDS – 8.13*
  17. LITHUANIA – 8.13*
  18. DENMARK – 7.88
  19. SPAIN – 7.75*
  20. PORTUGAL – 7.75*
  21. MALTA – 7.75*
  22. GERMANY – 7.38*
  23. AZERBAIJAN – 7.38*
  24. ARMENIA – 7.25
  25. POLAND – 6.88
  26. LATVIA – 6.38
  27. AUSTRALIA – 6.25
  28. NORWAY – 6.13*
  29. ALBANIA – 6.13*
  30. MOLDOVA – 5.88
  31. ESTONIA – 5.50
  32. ISRAEL – 5.33
  33. SAN MARINO – 5.25
  34. CZECHIA – 5.00
  35. FINLAND – 4.63
  36. IRELAND – 4.38
  37. ICELAND – 4.25

Tiebreak winners are indicated with an asterisk (*). The act who has received the most 10s wins the tiebreak (then 9.5s, 9s, etc.).

** In our combined scoreboard, Greece has 27p while Austria has 24p.