Switzerland: Lovebugs to sing The highest heights

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Swiss newspaper 20 Minuten reports that the Swiss band Lovebugs will be singing the song The Highest Heights at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Moscow. The Highest Heights happens to be the band's latest single too. Adrian Sieber one of the band members describes the song to be melancholic, energetic and hypnotic.

«The song is a piece of our heart because it represents all virtues of the band», says Adrian Sieber of the Lovebugs in an interview with 20min.ch. «The song was not especially written for Eurovision,” he continues, “it was already ready before we applied” Sieber himself had been flirting with the idea of taking part in the Eurovision Song Contest: «It just took me some time until my band colleagues were persuaded.». Now it is time for the band to perfect the act for the Eurovision semi final on 12th May. Sieber states that they have to work hard, training their voices for it, especially the Ooh-ooh parts: . «They are not used to it but we will surely manage it», Sieber promises.

Switzerland was one of the founder members of the Eurovision Song Contest, and has participated in the contest since 1956, thus hosting and winning the very first contest. Switzerland has won the contest on 2 occassions, in 1956 with Lys Assia and in 1988 with Céline Dion.

Swiss band Lovebugs will be representing Switzerland at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest with the song The highest heights. The band's latest album is also titled The highest heights and contains 11 tracks.

Very special thanks to Marcus Faber for his assistance.

You can click here to listen to the song.


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Sanjay (Sergio) Jiandani

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Sanjay (Sergio) joined esctoday.com in December 2006 as an editor. He was appointed as the Head of Press of ESCToday.com in 2011. Hereafter in 2016 he was promoted as the Head of International Relations & Communications at ESCToday. Sergio has covered the Eurovision Song Contest live 19 times since 2000, having worked for several international magazines and media outlets.