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Wrap-up: Moldova convinced with energy

30 June 2010 at 11:05 CEST

Who are they?

Sunstroke project is a symbiosis of a violin, saxophone and live vocals, making up a fashionable chaos of music. They've given concerts in more than 30 cities and 40 clubs all over Europe and have had many hits. That all is in spite the fact they were founded less than 2 years ago.

Olia Tira has moved around a lot in her early years as she was born in the family of an officer. She even lived in the Far East but went to school in her native Moldova. Even though she's only 21, she's already achieved a lot, having released an album already and taking part in international song contests. She is hosting a morning show on one of the TV channels and her pictures are on the covers of many popular magazines, her songs are very popular and you can hear them on TV and all radio stations in Moldova.

What the fans thought?

"This is on of my favourite songs it's already on my MP3-player. Good luck, Moldova!" Theresa Debono from Malta commented. "This is one of my favorite song. Good luck, Moldova!" said Nina from Romania.

They finished 22nd in the Final of the Eurovision Song Contest with 27 points and were the last ones to qualify from the first Semi-Final, held four nights before.

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How did it all start?

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You can expect more wrap-up articles from us about the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest participants. Stay tuned!