TEKO 2017: Vote in Group 7!

teko-2017-logoTEKO 2017 – It’s time to vote in group 7 of TEKO 2017; a knockout format (like the World Cup) tournament for Eurovision 2017. Today, you can start voting in the group of Estonia, Ireland, and Norway!

TEKO 2017 – Group 7

Please listen to the three competing entries:

 ESTONIA Koit Toome & Laura – Verona

IRELAND Brendan Murray – Dying to Try

NORWAY JOWST ft. Aleksander Walmann – Grab the Moment

To hear the song, click on the respective flag!

The voting:

After listening to the three songs, it’s time for you to vote! Please vote for your favorite out of the three.

Europe (…and Australia…and the rest of the world), start voting now!

UPDATE: The results of this group are out now!

40 comments on “TEKO 2017: Vote in Group 7!

  1. Wow…I cannot decide between Estonia and Norway. First really tough choice for me this TEKO!

  2. Norway is growing constantly on me. I like Ireland too.
    But I voted for the absolute guilty pleasure for me this year.

  3. 20. EST
    22. IRL
    23. NOR

    Evedintly, I do not support anyone but my vote goes to Estonia.

  4. I really don’t like any of these but Ireland is average to me, while Norway and Estonia are absolutely atrocious, so that’s where my vote went.

  5. I adore Estonia this year, currently riding high in my #3 spot. Verona sounds like something I can imagine my favourite Romanian duo Paula & Ovi doing. Estonia has been very strong in recent years.

    Norway sounds well produced, but musically there’s not a lot going on and the melody is quite monotonous (in the literal sense). Still has a certain undeniable rhythmic drive though.

    Ireland is just meh… yet again.

  6. Estonia Norway and Ireland all have potential to be appalling tbh. Ireland gets my vote.

  7. Will probably vote for Ireland here. The final chorus is a bit too much though.

  8. This is the first difficukt decision I have to face here. Estonia or Norway? Norway’s spng has been growing on me lately, but the Estonian proposal is more consisten and balanced, imo. Voted for Estonia.

    P.S. – I’ve managed to find a few minutes to come here earlier than usual today. A array of meetings await just around the corner, though.

  9. Voted for Ireland. <3

  10. Ireland 12th
    Norway 23rd
    Estonia 36th

  11. Estonia has musical merits and refined lyrics but something feels off when it comes to Laura in the context of the duet.

    Norway has a song that keeps growing on me. Without being excellent or particularly memorable it is slick and has an interesting edge.

    But my vote has to go to Ireland who really tried this year. Brendan has a distinctive and ,to my ears, interesting voice and the song has a great vibe and an emotional depth I appreciate.

  12. Difficult to decide between Estonia and Norway.I like them both.Ireland is weak,imo.It starts off ok but then with the key change it becomes a very standard esc ballad that the average esc fan may fall for.His voice is not my cup of tea and his Tel Aviv performance was rather weak.

  13. Ireland is pretty week even by esc standards. A song existing only in esc universe and he has a lot to prove vocally.
    I’m torn between the other two. Estonia is cult and catchy while Norway feels edgy still not memorable enough. I’ll vote for both :P

  14. ok enough time to vote again in TEKO and it’s kind of eenie-meenie-minie-mo for me regarding these songs, I really don’t get the fuss about Estonia , it all sounds very bombastic and uncoordinated to me, she is the weakest link too, so between Norway and Ireland, as my DNA origin results suggest I’m 53% Irish origin I’ll go for Éire :-) !

  15. I want to stay lost in Verona for very very long time!

  16. 9. Ireland
    14. Norway
    32. Estonia

    My vote went to Ireland, glad to see i’m not the only one liking “Dying to Try” ;)

  17. Not a fan of this group of songs. My vote went to Norway, the only one that I enjoyed a bit, the other ones were pretty meh for me, Ireland started well but by the end it got cheesy as hell.

    Now I’m half way, I heard half of the songs! :)

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