The group consists of Giorgi Marr (bass guitar), Levan Shanshiashvili (guitar) Dimitri Oganesian (drums) and Nika Kocharov (guitar and singing), they are all from Tiflis, the Georgian capital. The band has been founded in the year 2000 and is specialized on Indie-Pop with Grunch and synthesizer elements.
The song might appear a bit unusual for a Eurovision entry as the group is following its own special style. The Britpop song “Midnight Gold” includes sounds of an e-guitar and organ, very cool though. This would be the music in a nightclub in London or New York. The song is about the morning after a great night out. With this entry Georgia falls out of the usual ESC music genre. But this is another proof that all music styles can be found in the Eurovision Song Contest. This big question be, is Europe ready for this?
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