The Daily Eurovision Class Council: #4 United Kingdom

Will 2022 be the year of renewal for the UK?

Everything believes it if we mention the reception received by Sam Ryder’s title “Spaceman”.

Discover ratings and comments from our editors:

Pascal: 8.5

The BBC has finally woken up! With Sam Ryder, the Top 10 Is Quite Possible Why? Because the interpreter is talented and charismatic, the title is not “beige” and lags behind, unlike previous anonymous attempts by Michael Rice or James Newman.

Betty: 8.5

“Space Man” is so authentic and memorable, I really like Sam Ryder’s universe, didn’t think I would love this song but actually I do. It’s the kind of title that deserves good commercial success with good publicity The UK can avoid last place provided the staging is not ridiculous.

Juliet: 9

The United Kingdom comes here with a solid and calibrated offer, of a quality that is truly unexpected from the country. A pop tinted by rock, with hovering accents to illustrate the title’s spatial theme… the mix works well, even pretty well. 2018’s Juliet loved titles like this, and woke up thanks to “Spaceman.” Another key asset of the track is Sam Ryder’s crystalline yet crackling voice, which lends a hint of charm throughout. Some worry about what that live performance might do; To hear it, I don’t care. Sure. The United Kingdom has all the cards for an excellent result.

Remy: 7.5

Finally a competitive title for Her Majesty’s Kingdom! “Space Man” is a pop title by the standards of the moment, especially of the thriving British music scene that had been overlooked by the BBC until then. If Sam’s voice may sound obnoxious to some ears at first glance, and if it will be necessary to pay attention to Live with the High included in the title, I fully support the British choice for the 2022 contest.

Mary: 6

The United Kingdom is famous for its special humour, and Sam Ryder shows us a sample of it. The song itself is quite good but when the singer sings it rises a bit which I find boring but his voice is impressive in treble. Here’s hoping the song takes the UK out of the depths of the charts.

Audrey: 7

Bouiā€¦ Two things on this note: The viewing satisfaction of the United Kingdom seems a little less than usual and less adamant about Eurovision. Ten years later, we’ll arrive at a time when English pop had a smaller side once again.
Then, for unknown reasons, I have a problem with the singer. His looks, his voice, nothing speaks to me. But Space Man is well built, radio friendly, and can get the job done. Like Germany, it could be in the top 10 or it could flop in the bottom 5… to watch live.

Chris: 7

The United Kingdom offers a power ballad with Anglo-Saxon sauce. The set is qualitative. However, I am a bit divided. Sam Ryder is a very good performer. He reminds me of Freddie Mercury in intonation at times. Space Man is a good song. However, I don’t see anything out of the ordinary here. If I get to the bottom of the background, the verses make me think a little about the melody of Love Shines a Light before striking the chorus. Speculators love this. Will the country improve? He deserves it for his efforts!

Max: 8.5

I have a kind of love-hate relationship with this song… The verses are excellent, the voice is original and does not leave anyone indifferent. The chorus, on the other hand, is a bit unbearable to me with all the shouted “man” boundaries, seemingly solid. There’s something I love and hate about this chorus. But whenever I listen to it, I love this song more and more. Objectively speaking, “Space Man” is a quality piece, nice to see such an offer from the BBC. And Sam Ryder is a monster, he really handles it outspoken.

lot: 8

then maybe? Maybe Britain has finally woken up? Nice title, beautiful voice, Sam is seen performing live. And honestly, “Space Man” stays on top! We believe it, friends across the channel!

Zippo: 5

I’ll start with a very negative point: the singer’s voice that hurt my ears a lot and it’s a shame because the whole song is impeccable. Exactly melody with the song’s theme: Sometimes, I imagined “this man in space.” And well, this topic that has always dreamed of me: space, stars, planetsā€¦. I agree that the flights were partly necessary in the song, but alas, it was prohibitive to note higher.

That’s a total of 75 points and an excellent average of 7.50/10

Brooke is out of date, Sam Ryder is the new leader.

Provisional Classification:

  1. 1. United Kingdom: 7.50
  2. 2. Ireland: 6.70
  3. 3. Finland: 6.65
  4. 4. Montenegro: 6.45

This Sunday, the channel and “Slomo” will be evaluated. See you tomorrow!

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