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TEKO 2017: Quarterfinal 4!


teko-2017-logoTEKO 2017 – It’s time to vote in quarterfinal 4 of TEKO 2017; a knockout format (like the World Cup) tournament for Eurovision 2017. Today, you can start voting in the matchup between Estonia and Sweden!

TEKO 2017 – Quarterfinal 4

Please listen to the two competing entries:

 ESTONIA Koit Toome & Laura – Verona

SWEDEN Robin Bengtsson – I Can’t Go On

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 for this matchup are out now!

13 comments on “TEKO 2017: Quarterfinal 4!

  1. Estonia.

  2. I don’t care.

  3. Patriotic voting from me :)

  4. Estonia beat Sweden in Premath, let’s do it again! Go Estonia!

  5. Not really a fan of either song, but the Estonian one is perhaps a bit more laid back, so it will get my vote.

  6. This is the easiest QF. Sweden!

  7. Sweden by quite some margin.

  8. Estonia has more melody and generally more substantial musical content, plus the lyrics are more palatable, if not exactly a work of poetic genius.

    Sweden’s song is catchy and has a groovy synth bass riff, but otherwise is very slight musically, plus the lyrics are just plain embarrassing!

  9. well the premath is worrying, if Estonia gets to the semifinal, I will dare say it would be the worst TEKO result ever.

  10. Estonia (we a song and a stage presention); Sweden is all about the stage presentation.

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