Hooverphonic has already prepared their entry for Eurovision 2021!

In an interview for HLN, Alex Callier from Hooverphonic has announced that their song for Eurovision 2021 “already ready”. Hooverphonic was selected to be the representative of Belgium at Eurovision 2020 with their song “Release Me” before the contest got cancelled because of Covid 19 pandemic.

Couple of days after the official cancellation of Eurovision 2020 was announced in March, VRT and RTBF decided that Hooverphonic will get a second chance to represent Belgium in 2021. It is expected that the band will switch the genre for their next entry but we will see that after they release it.

“We made good use of our time”

Recently they published a “retro” summer song by the name “Summer Sun” and back then Alex Callier revealed that they have prepared songs for more upcoming albums.

“Despite the bizarre summer, we made good use of our time, I think I already have material for three new albums. We are now selecting. Choice stress! But the best songs do emerge. Some are in line with ‘Release Me’, others are not. You know us: ‘Looking for Stars’ was very electronic, our current single ‘Summer Sun’ is retro. So it can be very surprising. ” 

– Alex Callier in an interview for HLN

They haven’t announced the release date for their Eurovision 2021 entry.
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