IRELAND – Few minuted ago we got to listen and watch the 2021 Irish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest. We all knew that Lesley Roy was a respected artist with adequate music skills and tunes but MAPS seems to have steered the waters.
Twitter got enthusiastic with MAPS, marking the song as a song that can actually bring hopes to Ireland for an amazing ranking in the Eurovision 2021 scoreboard.
“Maps” was written and produced by Lesley alongside producer Lukas Hällgren (credited on Luca Hänni’s 2019 Swiss entry She Got Me) and Emilie Eriksson, a Stockholm-based songwriter at Baggpipe Studios.
The song is by default, an international tune that can easily become a hit on the other side of the Atlantic and surely with an exquisitely simple and rock stage presentation, this song can make history within Europe.
Trophy for Ireland? Well if those behind the scenes allow music to prevail, then Ireland can fight with dignity for it. A favourite? I personally think this time Ireland can become at least, a darkhorse!
LESLEY ROY WASN'T LYING WHEN SHE SAID SHE HAD A WINNING SONG #LoveForLesley
— caio 🇨🇾 (@caiocsxr) February 26, 2021
Adoro a Lesley Roy… siempre me transmite cosas bonitas 🥰🇮🇪 https://t.co/r9M4uWYbI9
— Alonso Pérez (@titote91) February 26, 2021
— Angie Yonaga and Sonia Nevermind (@AngieArtistAtua) February 26, 2021
MAPS IS SO GOOD. Love Lesley Roy SOOOOOOO much.
— Jonathan (@jonolathan) February 26, 2021
Absolutely storming stuff from Ireland 🇮🇪 this morning 🔥
Difficult second album? Lesley Roy makes it look EASY 😍 https://t.co/2VGK23zM8s
— Angus Quinn (@Angus_Quinn17) February 26, 2021