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Norway’s Atmospheric First Rehearsal of “Ulveham”

April 30, 2024

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Norway’s Gåte took the stage in Malmö with their captivating performance of “Ulveham,” a folk-inspired tale of intrigue and darkness. With over two decades of experience together, Gåte’s sound blends rock with Norwegian folk traditions, creating a hauntingly atmospheric vibe.

Credit: Sarah-Louise Bennett/EBU

The stage setup evoked the dark, mystical atmosphere of the song, reminiscent of Gåte’s performance at Melodi Grand Prix but on a grander scale. A slow-spinning platform adorned with rocks and trees created a gothic terrarium effect, enhanced by spooky swirling graphics, atmospheric lasers, and eerie green spotlights.

Lead singer Gunnhild stunned in a dark green ensemble featuring wide trousers and a matching top adorned with woven leaves across one shoulder, perfectly complementing the song’s mystical theme.

Credit: Sarah-Louise Bennett/EBU

In a dramatic finale, guitarist Magnus threw his guitar high into the air, adding an element of excitement to the performance.

Capturing the essence of “Ulveham,” Gåte delivered a performance filled with pounding drums, powerful vocals, and a compelling atmosphere that left a lasting impression.

@eurovision Fireflies, guitar throwing, a spinning rock platform… Malmö is living for @GÅTE dark woodscape 🇳🇴 #Eurovision2024 ♬ original sound - Eurovision

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