On Friday, The Netherlands revealed their entry for the upcoming 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The song is titled Love Me and is performed by boyband Fource. The four-piece band were chosen to represent their country after winning the Dutch national selection Junior Songfestival 2017.
A quarter of a million views!
Alongside the premiere of their entry, Fource have also unveiled the official music video for their tropical-pop track. The video was produced by Framez Productions and took place in multiple locations around the capital city of Amsterdam. In the space of just a couple of days, the video has received approximately a quarter of a million YouTube views. That is seriously impressive stuff. Have a watch below!
The boys are back in town
Fource are made up of 13-year-old Ian Kuyper, 14-year-old Jannes Heuvelmans, 14-year-old Max Mies and 12-year-old Niels Schlimback. In Love Me, the boys sing the verses in Dutch with the chorus in English. They will be looking to beat the impressive 8th place finish achieved by girlband Kisses in Valletta last year. Indeed, perhaps they can achieve the same feat that Ralf Mackenback managed back in 2009, taking victory with Click Clack. Fource are the first male Dutch representatives since Ralf!
So, what do you think of this year’s Dutch entry? Do you think they can take victory in Tbilisi next month? Let us know in the comments below!