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  • Writer's pictureDale Roberts

Electric Fields responds to the Eurovision 2024 semi-final result

This morning, Electric Fields competed for Australia in the first semi-final of Eurovision 2024.

Sadly it wasn't to be with the act missing out on the Grand Final.

Despite not qualifying the duo had only positive things to say about their experience.

"There's a weight off us now so it feels [like] we can breathe," lead vocalist Zaachariaha said.

"And we're still buzzing from just the three minutes though. We did a killer performance and we felt like rock stars."

Before adding:

"It's going to be a memory that will be embedded with us for the rest of our lives."

In addition, the team from SBS shared their thoughts.

Australian Head of Delegation, and SBS Head of Entertainment, Emily Griggs, said:

“SBS are so proud of Electric Fields. It has been powerful watching them take an Indigenous language of Australia and the Yidaki to the world stage. Electric Fields authentically showcased themselves through song and their message of unity, but also through their own visual art and fashion design. A whole new audience will have found them through this friendly song contest, which is super exciting.”


Director of Blink TV and Australia’s Creative Director for Malmö Paul Clarke said:

“It’s important to reflect on what has been achieved by Electric Fields at the Eurovision Song Contest. They won a lot of hearts, they made a statement of unity with lyrics in a language that predates the idea of Europe. All those countries singing our oldest language – what a beautiful moment. We are very proud of them.”

Ten acts qualified with five missing out, we won't know until Sunday where Australia placed in the semi-final.

Despite missing out, Aussievision wants to send our own message of gratitude for showcasing Australia to Europe and the World in such a positive way.

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