The UK entry “Still In Love With You” is an up-tempo electro swing song, which has been composed by Adrian Bax White and David Mindel, who has been producing songs for Barry Manilow, Olivia Newton-John, John Travolta and the Shadows. The vintage style of the song is obvious, maybe it’s a bit too exaggerated that it loses credibility.
Electro velvet is a new duo which consists of Bianca Nicholas and Alex Large. The 26 years old Bianca Nicholas was born in Kent, UK. At an early age Bianca was interested in performing arts, played in small roles later, even alongside with Johnny Depp in “Sleepy Hollow”. She has participated in The X Factor show and released the single “Hold On To Your Dreams”, which reached the UK Top 100 single charts. Bianca also performed for a charity show in a duet together with Will Young in front of Prince William, Prince Harry and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. Bianca is suffering from metabolic disease cystic fibrosis she takes singing as a part of her therapy to get along with this disease.
Alex Large is 35 years old and was born in Welwyn Garden City, close to London, UK. He developed his passion for music in the age of 15 when he listened to the music of Oasis. He started to play the guitar, singing and composing. Alex also has a solid job as a primary school teacher. Beside of this he is also the lead singer of the group Rollin’ Clones a tribute the music of the Rolling Stones.
The UK entry “Still In Love With You” is an up-tempo electro swing song, which has been composed by Adrian Bax White and David Mindel, who has been producing songs for Barry Manilow, Olivia Newton-John, John Travolta and the Shadows. The vintage style of the song is obvious, maybe it’s a bit too exaggerated that it loses credibility. The only cool thing in this song are the strings and trumpets which might generate some points from Australia. But the song feels like an eternity with boring verses and interludes and the “Kermit the frog” performance of Alex is not beneficial either.
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