Russia: Listen to Little big’s Eurovision 2020 entry “Uno”

Russia: Listen to Little big’s Eurovision 2020 entry “Uno”

The internally selected Russian Eurovision 2020 hopefuls , the group Little Big, have released the song they will be performing on Rotterdam Ahoy’s stage next May. The song is titled “Uno” .

There was one to go, in order to complete these year’s 41 Eurovision entries, and this evening Little Big, completed the line up of entries for the 65th Eurovision Song Contest by releasing  their song  titled “Uuo” .The reveal was made on late-night Russian talk show Vecherniy Urgant (Evening Urgant)

The song is written and composed by Little Big themselves and resembles to the sounds the pop-funk Russian band has got us used to, rave style, punk, satire and humour elements. Uno certainly matches the description containing fun and an uptempo beat that makes you want to move and dance.

A few words about Little Big

Little Big is a Russian rave band founded in 2013 in St. Petersburg. The set includes Ilya Ilich Prusikin, Sergey Gokk Makarov, Sonya Tayurskaya, and Anton Boo Lissov. The first full-length album, With Russia from Love, was released on 17 March 2014. The group has released three albums and nine singles.

The band made its debut on 1 April 2013, releasing their first video Every Day I’m Drinking. They made their first public appearance on 2 July 2013 at the club A2, opening for Die Antwoord.They have toured in Europe, Russia, and North America. On 19 December 2015, the band released their second album, Funeral Rave. It was 8th on the Russian iTunes chart for the 52nd week of 2015.

The team calls itself a satirical art collaboration, which relies on the music, visuals, and the show. Little Big mocks various national stereotypes about Russia. The band has influences by a variety of musicians from Cannibal Corpse, NOFX, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rammstein, and The Prodigy to Mozart and Vivaldi.

Angelo D.

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