Denmark

Event

Running Order Position

13

Artist

Lighthouse X

Song

Soldiers Of Love lyrics | lyrics in French

Music by

Søren Bregendal, Johannes Nymark, Martin Skriver, Sebastian Owens, Daniel Durn, Katrine Klith Andersen

Lyrics by

Søren Bregendl, Johannes Nymark, Martin Skriver, Sebastian Owens, Daniel Durn, Katrine Klith Andersen

Participating Broadcaster

DR

History: Denmark
Event Points Place
Eurovision Song Contest 2016 Second Semi-Final
Thursday, May 12, 2016
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About Lighthouse X

Lighthouse X is a pop group with a mission: Making the world a slightly better place through the power of music. They will represent Denmark in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Soldiers Of Love.

Lighthouse X consists of three artists who have come together in a strong fellowship. They believe it is possible to create a band that thinks differently. A band that takes social responsibility through music in a new and innovative way.

Lighthouse X represents a whole-hearted attempt at making a positive difference in the world, at inspiring attentive conversations in which we truly listen to one another and in establishing dialogue that makes us open up for all the things that excite us and scare us.

The goal is to harvest the power of music to make us all talk through our hearts, to make sure we share our thoughts and to create space and respect for each other. As the name suggests, Søren, Johannes and Martin wish to be a lighthouse that others can use for navigation – by being the change that they themselves wish to see in the world, while also inspiring and supporting other people who serve as guiding lights.

What you should know about Lighthouse X

What are the three most interesting aspects about your entry?

1. All three members work as actors and singers, and they have all performed in award-winning musicals.
2. All three members were close friends before Lighthouse X became a reality
3. When the clock hit midnight on New Year's Eve 2015, Lighthouse X performed on national TV, singing at the Opera House with the Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir

Do you have a (lucky) routine before you go on stage?

We gather together, look at each other, deeply in the eyes, as we agree to have fun and to sing from the heart.

Why is the Eurovision Song Contest important for you?

It’s a platform of people coming together across all ages, genders, ethnicities and religious backgrounds, and along with this year’s theme, Come Together, it corresponds perfectly with the core message of Soldiers of Love.

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