Iceland is crazy about Eurovision, glittering kitsch and often sacchal music.
But the artificial band that they have put into the competition in Tel Aviv in May has differed from a conventional pop world and the lyrics of love and unity.
Called Hatari in Iceland, meaning "Hater", their words are stark:
Their feet will have a profound effect on the heart of Europe.
Line fired with lies. Now from the arrangements … increase in unity
Directed on Reykjavik's stage in masks and spikes, they won the Eurovision national Icelandic competition singing a message against capitalism.
The elderly and old techno-dystopian band was named Icelanders, by singer Matthias Tryggvi Haraldsson expressing the words like dancers rounding the red blood level.
"We have such an overwhelming feeling of ownership of this initiative which our country is selecting. It takes a step closer to our plan, capitalizing capitalism," he said on national television. T after all the effects.
Children fell for the band's innovative technology, the Gothic style with their spiky masks, chains and supermarket shoes.
Their young followers have also sung dark words.
Parents came in for the week, rubbing around Reykjavik to buy a gear so that their children could dress like Hatari for Wednesday, Iceland, Halloween.
Aimed at Israel
Hatari just does not preach against capitalism.
They claim that their competition is a political statement against the Israeli government, although the song does not mention Israel. The competition is held in Tel Aviv because Netta Barzilai won it in Israel last year.
When I meet Hirsty, they are warm, well-mannered and well-spoken – and, in comparison to the style of their stage, with blue Sligo suits wrapped in the company of a soft drink with good food called SodaDream .
Although his own website is cheap, there is no drink in Iceland. This will be an impressive reminder of the company SodaStream bought last year by PepsiCo.
Amazingly, the band is openly challenged to face Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the Icelandic Reservation race in Tel Aviv center.
They give an impression of Israel's policies on the Palestinians and say that it is absurd to allow the country to participate in the competition.
Critics ask why Hatari has agreed to achieve in Eurovision and argue that the Palestinians have no hatred of messages.
The part of Iceland believes that the Icelandic broadcaster should accept the event.
"The criticism is understandable and we are happy to see a great debate about the competition's politics," said Matthias.
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Who are Hatari?
Hatari members should know about one or two things about diplomacy.
- Einar Hrafn Stefansson, the ambassador in London's son, was the drummer in London's spiky leather mask which was part of the negotiating committee when Iceland applied for Union membership. European.
- Klemens Hannigan is a Nikulas Hannigan, head of trading office for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs t
- The father of Matthias Tryggvi Haraldsson has his father in Iceland
Based by Hannigan and Haraldsson, Hatari started the underground music scene in 2015. Along with a team of talented artists and designers as well as a range of artists and graphic designer, they call it a “multi-music performance”. It's their own. ”
When asked what their song is, they say, "Hatred Prevails believes in us, dystopia, contemplating power and the power without power, the hope, and the hope."
"It is a dark experience in the future, warning of what we can see as a true mistake, and when we don't respect one another. A populism has risen in Europe. "
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Will they be banned?
The Israelite campaign group, Shurat HaDin, has called on the Israeli government to stop the band from coming under its law refusing access to people with linkages to the BDS movement in attempting to send full boycott Israel over his policies with the Palestinians.
This is likely to happen. But Eurovision rules are clear. The song competition is a non-political event and if it breaks that rule it may be disqualified ".
Terms, lectures, political, commercial or similar events are not permitted in the Eurovision Song Competition.
Hatari have no plans to make a stunt similar to the Palestinian flag. "We're bothering him. Because he is banned."
"Soothing can be a political commentary. And all the songs on show in Tel Aviv are obviously protesting against people's sense," said Klemens Harrigan.
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How long will they get in a non-political competition? "Our aim is to achieve in Tel Aviv and earn the Eurovision Song Competition," said Klemens Harrigan.
And they may be just there. Hate Prevails is one of the highlights in May's competition. This will probably be the first time for Iceland, which has come to fruition in 1999 and 2009.
In terms of their challenge to Israel's leading minister to fight in Tel Aviv, their offer is incompatible.
"We understand that Netanyahu is a busy person, so we are patient," said Mr Harrigan.