Between the gibberish and balderdash, there’s a beast of a song desperately trying to break free.
One-time winner of the Junior Eurovision Contest Iru has matured into a fully developed vocalist. Her voice is all-encompassing and she uses her full range on Echo to create a mesmerising melody. It’s fine confidence.
The lyrics, however, are utter rubbish. Supposed full sentences have been reduced to nothing but stunted, stilted splutters. Hearing Iru sing nonsense takes the shine off things.
Echo will probably do just enough to lift Georgia out of the Eurovision Semi Finals for the first time since 2016, but Iru will need to show that she can perform just as well outside of the studio vocal booth.
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