Iceland is getting ready for the 2016 edition of Söngvakeppni Sjónvarpsins, and we have met up with each of the 12 semifinalists to find out a bit more about them. And in this first video, we sat down to have a chat with an old friend.

It’s always good to see a familiar and friendly face, so we give you none other than 2012’s Greta Salóme! Find out what she’s been up to since Baku! And what is her song, Raddirnar (The Voices) really about? And why does she wish she could draw?

Don’t miss our next Söngvakeppnin interview; Sigga Eyrún! Many of you no doubt recognize her from Söngvakeppnin 2014, where she finished 2nd, behind Pollapönk, with her Charlston-y entry “Lífið kviknar á ný”.

Here is the Icelandic version of Greta’s entry.

I'm Norwegian, presently living in Iceland. My mom loves Eurovision, and always let me stay up to watch the contest since before I can remember, so I'm "second generation Eurovision lunatic". My musical god is David Bowie, so I'm obviously not into the stereotypical Eurovision songs. I prefer the rocky/bluesy/jazzy/ethnic songs over schlager and mainstream ballads, though I occasionally surprise myself (and others)... I HATE canned drums and "Cvet Z juga". Photo © Tobias König

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