Iceland’s Eurovision 2020 and 2021 representative, Daði Freyr, has a made an open call to all his fans to help him out with his Eurovision 2021 entry. After confirming that he has finished writing his Eurovision entry back in December, the Icelandic singer is now looking to complete his entry with the help of his fans to record sound snippets that will form a choir sound which will act as backing vocalists.
I need your voice!— Daði Freyr 🥑 (@dadimakesmusic) January 4, 2021
I'm putting together a choir for the @Eurovision 2021 song.
Here are the voices I will need:https://t.co/3kPNXWH8M8
Please send your audio files to email@example.com
Deadline is January 11th
Thank you <3 pic.twitter.com/gvcNWE7xFz
For the first time ever in the history of The Eurovision Song Contest, the EBU have allowed countries to use pre-recorded backing vocals for Eurovision 2021. This decision was made in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and it hopes that this temporary rule change will help to keep delegations smaller than usual.
Will you be recording a sound snippet for Daði and Gagnamagnið’s Eurovision 2021 entry?