The UK certainly hasn’t had much success at Eurovision over the last couple of decades – the last win was in 1997 with Katrina and the Waves; and the last runners-up place was in 1998 with Imaani. In the 21st century, the UK has only reached the top 10 twice (third in 2002 and fifth in 2009). In fact, since 2003, more often than not, the UK has finished outside of the top 20, including three last-placed finishes and a famous nul-points for Jemini in 2003.
Following a great start to the year for rising stars New Hope Club, the band have now announced their first ever UK headline tour taking place in September and October 2019 and also confirmed their new single will be ‘Love Again’. Fans should be ready for 3rd May which will see ‘Love Again’ available on all digital partners to stream and download, and tickets for the tour on general sale.
On 28th June, the once-in-a-lifetime cinematic event of the year ‘APOLLO 11’ releases across the UK. With never-before-seen, newly digitised footage designed to be viewed on the big screen and a propulsive electronic soundtrack, director Todd Douglas Miller (Emmy award-winning, ‘Dinosaur 13’) takes audiences to the moon and back in a jaw-dropping and thrilling documentation about the historic 1969 Apollo 11 mission.