The public review “Color Of Your Life” by Michal Szpak!

We continue our series of reviews of all the 43 Eurovision entries. The reviewers are casual viewers of the Eurovision Song Contest, and not Eurovision fans. Today we have for you a review of “Color Of Your Life” by Michal Szpak – the Polish Eurovision entry.

In today’s review, we bring you the opinions of Nastya & Katia from Russia, Lucia from Slovakia, Melinda from Bulgaria, Brina from Slovenia, Daniel from Spain, and Ivana and Zoran from Croatia. We asked them to listen to the song, and to tell us what they think of it. Here is what they said:

What do you think – do you agree, or disagree with their opinions, and their first impressions when listening to the Polish Eurovision entry? Let us know in the comments below, or on our social media pages.

Tonight we will bring you the review of the Georgian entry – “Midnight Gold” by Nika Kocharov and Young Georgian Lolitaz.

1 Comment
  1. Eurofan says

    What is it with these people who say “oh it’s so 1980s”. The songs in the contest this year, like every year, reflect musical eras from all times. There are disco songs, the Serbian song has traces of Molitva in it, the Latvian song is a throw back to the past with it’s bond-esque feel to it. So it sounds 1980’s. The 80’s was a great era for music and this is a good song. Michal’s voice is amazing and he can sing the song live and it sound the same as his recorded version. Now how many of this entrants can do that?

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