Check out the brilliant 7th Heaven Remix of SuRie's Eurovision entry Storm
SuRie got herself a remix (Picture: BBC)

SuRie couldnt have said it any better. The Eurovision Song Contest is just one month away and as Eurovision promotion season hits its peak, a big club remix is just what the United Kingdom needs.

For the second year running, 7th Heaven Productions have delivered.

The United Kingdoms 2018 Eurovision Song Contest entry has already become a big hit with Eurovision fans and as we count down to the music event of the year in just four weeks, youll be hearing this in the clubs too.

The remix has been officially released on all music formats this week.

SuRie is now out of the country, taking Storm to Israel and The Netherlands for the two biggest Eurovision promotion events, Israel Calling and Eurovision In Concert. Israel Calling will be broadcast live via the event Facebook page at 6pm UK time on Tuesday 10 April.

Now, were pretty patriotic when it comes to Eurovision, but we think SuRie can deliver our best result in a decade in Lisbon. 7th Heaven created a remix of last years United Kingdom entry Never Give Up On You. It was one of the big floor fillers at the Euroclub and helped the United Kingdoms campaign as Lucie reached a credible 15th Place. She performed the remix at this years London Eurovision Party.


The Eurovision Song Contest is the most watched non-sporting event in the world with over 200 million viewers and SuRie has managed to finish in the top five twice with Belgium, as a backing singer for Loic Nottet in 2015 and as musical director for Blanche in 2017. She gave a brilliant impromptu performance Of Loics Rhythm Inside at the London Eurovision Party last week before setting off on her promo tour.

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This time, shes working her vocal magic for her own country and were hoping she can at least match her previous results with Storm. SuRies taking the more cautious approach, telling the Australian Eurovision broadcaster SBS that anything better than Nul Points is a victory.

The Eurovision Song Contest takes place on Saturday 12 May at 8pm. The show will be broadcast live on BBC1 with Graham Norton commentating.

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