The Israeli pride week is about to kick off with Tel Aviv’s pride parade on Friday, June 13th as its highlight. Mei Finegold, the Israeli representative for the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, has released the Evita’s Pride Anthem, Sweet harmony, along with Shlomi Levi and Shai Rokach.
Sweet harmony is a remake of The Beloved’s hit from 1992. The new recording was released today to the various radio stations in Israel and it is available for downloading on iTunes as well.
After Mei Finegold “beat from the same heart” at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, she now “comes together in sweet harmony” in a new club version by Shlomi Levi and Shai Rokach.
The new song is the Evita’s line official Tel Aviv pride week 2014 song. Mei shot her new video with the director and photographer, Lior Nordman, who was responsible for Mei’s “Same Heart” video, as well as her “Be proud” and “Nisheret Iti” videos. After her Eurovision experience, Mei returned to the theatre stage and has been performing throughout Israel with her band “Limouzina Express”.
Mei says: The ESC filled me up with amazing energy. I can’t stop creating since I got back home. I already started recording new songs for the incredible audience that gave me so much love and still does every day. I am super excited releasing “Sweet Harmony” and performing it live on stage at the main event at pride week celebration in Tel Aviv in front of 150,000 happy people. I feel this is just the beginning for me. The sky is the limit!
Are you in Tel Aviv during the next week? Be sure to check out all the events that are waiting for you during the pride week.
Watch Mei’s Sweet harmony:
The original videoclip
Mei Finegold had represented Israel in Copenhagen with her song Same heart. She failed to qualify to the grand final from the second semi-final.
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