10 Years (song)

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"10 Years" is a song by Icelandic singer Daði Freyr and his band Gagnamagnið. The song is scheduled to represent Iceland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.[1][2]

Eurovision Song Contest

Internal selection

On 23 October 2020, RÚV confirmed that Daði og Gagnamagnið will represent Iceland in the 2021 contest.[3] The song, entitled "10 Years", will be released on 13 March 2021.[4][5][6]

At Eurovision

The 65th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Rotterdam, the Netherlands and will consist of two semi-finals on 18 May and 20 May 2021, and the grand final on 22 May 2021.[7] According to the Eurovision rules, all participating countries, except the host nation and the "Big Five", consisting of Template:Esccnty, Template:Esccnty, Template:Esccnty, Template:Esccnty and the Template:Esccnty, are required to qualify from one of two semi-finals to compete for the final, although the top 10 countries from the respective semi-final progress to the grand final.[8][9] On 17 November 2020, it was announced that Iceland would be performing in the first half of the second semi-final of the contest.[10]

References

  1. Stefán Árni Pálsson (24 February 2021). "Eurovision lag okkar Íslendinga komið með nafn og verður flutt á ensku" (in Icelandic). Vísir.is. https://www.visir.is/g/20212077539d/eurovision-lag-okkar-islendinga-komid-med-nafn-og-verdur-flutt-a-ensku. 
  2. Jelena Ćirić (3 March 2021). "Daði's 2021 Eurovision Song Celebrates 10-Year Relationship". Icelandic Review. https://www.icelandreview.com/culture/dadis-2021-eurovision-song-celebrates-10-year-relationship/. 
  3. "Daði og Gagnamagnið return for Iceland". 2020-10-23. https://eurovision.tv/story/dadi-og-gagnamagnid-return-for-iceland. 
  4. Granger, Anthony (2021-01-27). "Iceland: Eurovision 2021 Entry To Be Revealed on March 13". https://eurovoix.com/2021/01/27/iceland-eurovision-2021-entry-to-be-revealed-on-march-13/. 
  5. "Eurovision-lag Íslands komið með nafn" (in is). 2021-02-24. https://www.ruv.is/frett/2021/02/24/eurovision-lag-islands-komid-med-nafn. 
  6. Oddur Ævar Gunnarsson (24 February 2021). "Þetta er titill Eurovision framlags Íslands" (in Icelandic). Fréttablaðið. https://www.frettabladid.is/lifid/thetta-er-titill-eurovision-framlags-islands/. 
  7. "Rotterdam 2021–Eurovision Song Contest". European Broadcasting Union (EBU). https://eurovision.tv/event/rotterdam-2021. 
  8. "Rules–Eurovision Song Contest". European Broadcasting Union (EBU). https://eurovision.tv/about/rules/. 
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  10. Groot, Evert (17 November 2020). "2020 Semi-Final line-up to stay for 2021". European Broadcasting Union (EBU). https://eurovision.tv/story/2020-semi-final-line-up-to-stay-this-year. 

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