Switzerland will win Eurovision in 2024.

The winner of the 2024 Eurovision song contest is Switzerland. After a close race, Nemo’s dark and strange song “The Code,” which had been a fan favorite leading up to Eurovision 2024, won, barely beating Croatia’s “Baby Lasagne.”

With a midnight dance pop vibe, “The Code” mixes divine, quirky cinematography with otherworldly high notes and rough rap parts that serve Eminem’s edge of lyrical terror. If you’re in the United States, scroll down to see a version that isn’t blocked there.

Unfortunately, Eurovision doesn’t let people in the US watch the event on YouTube because of licensing issues. You can watch a different performance of Nemo’s Eurovision-winning song below if you are in the United States. The performance is very close.

Baby Lasagne, Croatia’s most famous band, plays an unexpectedly harsh and silly kind of industrial rock-pop. Their Eurovision song, “Rim Tim Tagi Dim,” had crazy English and Armenian lyrics with silly hooks made from nonsense rap and nu-metal, and it had a music video with lots of cats. But “Rim Tim Tagi Dim” had a fascinating lyrical look into the plight of young people in Croatia who leave their country to find a better life elsewhere.

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