Finland’s entrant for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest, Softengine, have released a new video for their Eurovision entry Something better.
After claiming the crown in the Finnish national final, Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu, Softengine have been busy preparing for the contest in May, recently filming their postcard. Their entry Something better won with a total of 23.28% of the combined jury and telephone voting.
You can watch the new video, along with a re-recorded version of the song below:
Finland will perform in the second half of the second semi-final the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 on 8 May.
Finland first entered the Eurovision Song Contest in 1961, and their first and only win came when Lordi won in 2006 with the songHard rock hallelujah. Last year, Finland finished 24th in the grand final of Eurovision 2013 with Krista Siegrid’s Marry me.
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