Freaky Fortune & Softengine join forces?
HELSINLI, FINLAND – We all know that the Eurovision Song Contest is the greatest gathering of artists in Europe, and, as such, it is also the cradle to many Pan-European collaborations. The latest example comes from our continent confines: Finland and Greece!
The 2014 Finnish entrants, Softengine, have recently declared, through their lead singer Topi Latukka, that the band was working on a song with their Greek counterpart Freaky Fortune. The song is yet to be released though.
Meanwhile, the Greek duo is also working on a remix of Softengine’s song “Yellow House”. What an unexpected but promising partnership!
Just remember their performances and try to imagine what a Softengine-Freaky Fortune song could sound like…
DID YOU KNOW?
In 2014, two boy bands stand out from the Eurovision line up. Finland was represented by the talented pop-rock act Softengine and their song “Something Better”, while Greek flag was waved but the energetic “Freaky Fortune and Riskky Kid” who made the whole arena “Rise Up”. Both acts qualified for the final!