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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Jesper Nohrstedt - Take Our Hearts


"We can take our hearts, make them whole again"

It's the beginning of the year, so that means a host of new Eurovision contenders are making their way onto the European scene. As usual, I've got my eyes on a number of races. Both Norway and Denmark's tracks were released to itunes recently (is that normally how it's done?). Out of all of them, I was most excited to hear Jesper Nohrstedt's first official studio recording. I loved Jesper when he was a contestant on Denmark's X-Factor 2010 (he came third... should have won), and I've been waiting for what seems like forever for him to release some music. Take Our Hearts is a hybrid ballad/dance track. The verses are piano driven and sparse and the chorus has a huge, anthemic electro feel to it. I do wish the song would surrender completely to the dance sound about halfway through, but I still love this. I think it's an incredibly strong contender to represent Denmark this year, especially given Jesper's performance skill. It's the kind of track I can imagine finding success outside the contest as well. I hope he wins! But more than that, I hope he releases an entire album in this style.

Jesper Nohrstedt - Take Our Hearts by nohfap

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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1:34 AM  
OpenID roberttt67 said...

The names starting from J always makes the teens go crazy .You know what I mean let’s see whether Jesper could make it to the charts with high votes .Heard he once gave a ring to his girlfriend who was interested in Sapphire Rings.

1:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have to post Ditte Marie - Overflow from the Danish Eurovision national final. It's amazing.

3:17 AM  
Anonymous JeffC said...

LOVE this! The sound cloud links dont seem to work? Here's a youtube video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgiSXh_OIvs

3:13 PM  

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