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Olivier Rocher from France
Iveta Mukuchyan clearly is a diva and her song is rather classy and modern. I particularly like the “alarm” effect that underlines the climax that unfortunately, the song does not really reach. The mix of modern sound and traditional instruments is interesting and makes “LoveWay” a true modern Armenian track. But, for me, it sounds as if the song was going on and on and on again, without a true end, and it hence is a bit boring I’m afraid. Luckily enough, I do think the staging can make a big difference. Armenia is one of those countries who pay strong attention to the show, so my impressions on the big night could be quite different. The song is far from being a 100% sure qualifier but with a good staging (and diaspora voting), it could reach the Grand Final.
Luka Popovic from Serbia
A modern and commercial song which should do well at Eurovision. The siren part does make it stick out. Seeing as there will be many female solo artists competing with similar entries this year, this should be an advantage. I like how the ethno sound is combined with the modern beat of the song. Iveta has a distinct voice. With a good stage performance this should qualify.
Jaime Solloso from Spain
I never expect much from Armenia at Eurovision which is very disappointing as it’s a country with fantastic culture and heritage. This song could easily be confused for a Bond song, the style of the tune in style and sound is very similar. Iveta makes great sound of her vocals to perform what is a powerful tune, with great emphasis on the sudden change of tone in the vocals. It does remind me of the sounds previously played by some Baltic nations at Eurovision, a hit song with strong energy placed on the singer. Saying that none have ever placed highly with this type of song and I can’t see this one being any different. It’s playable and will be in the backdrop at many events, it’s a good song to use as an intro to a presentation or launch but I don’t feel it’s meaningful enough to warrant a mention.
*oikopanel is consisted of Fotis Konstantopoulos (Greece), Morten Kaiser (Denmark), Jaime Solloso (Spain), Olivier Rocher (France), Victor Cruz Lafuente (Spain), Luka Popovic (Serbia), Alenka Alexandrovic (Switzerland) and Andreas Athanasiou (Greece)