Last night, BWO (Bodies without organs) played their first gig in the United Kingdom in front of a packed media crowd at the Funk nighclub in Soho, London. The esctoday 2006 National Final band of the year and performance of the year winners played six songs and were far and away the most popular of the evening's acts. esctoday.com was there to record footage of the performance and caught up with the band after the show. You can see their performance and exclusive video interview below.
Watch our exclusive videos below to see the BWO performance and interview. In part one, see the performances of Sixteen tonnes of hardware, Open door and Sunshine through the rain. In part two, watch their performance of the 2006 Melodifestivalen song, Temple of Love and the upcoming UK single, Chariots of fire. In part three, see them perform the new song Save my pride for love.
In our exclusive BWO interview, find out what BWO think about Europe, Melodifestivalen and the direction that Sweden is moving in. Find out which countries they tip to win this year and much more. Find out the inspiration for chariots of fire and how Madonna and Abba helped to create it. Find out about the making of the video, and hear BWO's comments on working with animals!
Find out BWO's plans for touring and where they'll be performing over the summer – it's good news for readers and fans in Scandinavia, and of course Poland! Later this summer, look out for BWO in Eastern Europe and Germany. The band also reveal that they will perform in Finland at Helsinki Pride in June.
BWO's First London performance, part 1:
BWO's First London performance, part 2:
BWO's First London performance, part 3:
BWO's First London Interview: