Grab the Moment
The lead singer, Aleksander, is wearing a longline white t-shirt, black trousers and a black wide-brimmed hat. The other performers are in dark clothes and hoodies, to show off the special lighting effects.
Check out Norway’s first rehearsal at the IEC
Backstage action with JOWST and Aleksander!
Official images from Norway’s first rehearsal (Thomas Hanses/Eurovision.tv ©)
Here’s a small glimpse at Norway’s first rehearsal:
The Norwegian duo have arrived in Kyiv, ready for tomorrow!
Meet & greets continue with JOWST and Aleksander from Norway, who reacted to today’s first rehearsal:
We can’t say it’s perfect right now but it will get better.
Speaking of the meaning behind their entry Grab the moment, the duo revealed that the song is about how you should get out of your comfort zone everyday and push yourself.
Following official approval, pre-recorded vocal effects have been programmed into the performer’s keyboard in which human sounds can be heard.
For Norway it is all about mess. And not a beautiful one. Watching the first run it is pretty impossible to answer the question ‘what did I watch right now?’ as except for JOWST, the main singer, there’s a number of backing singers/players on odd electronic instruments (two were spotted for sure) on big settings on stage.
Together with a mix of pink and white lightings and the black of the stage, it is really hard to spot what’s going on as it all looks pretty flat and not developing. This is crucial for such an uptempo entry.
Added-on screen graphics and visualisations are shown during the second run. Now it is more recognisable that there are four people on stage.