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A week in the life of Danish band Reddi at the Eurovision Song Contest

By Doris Daga

Danish-Swedish rock band Reddi represented Denmark in the 66th Eurovision Song Contest. Here, they take us behind the scenes and show us what playing in Europe's biggest song contest is truly like

Reddi is the four-piece rock band based in Copenhagen, that shook up the competition with their distinct message, 1970s look, and all-over girl-power persona in the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix. Made up of founder Ihan Haydar on the drums, Ida Bergkvist on the bass, Agnes Roslund on guitar, and Mathilde "Siggy" Savery on the mic.


Here, they show Vogue Scandinavia a week in their life during the Eurovision circus. From rehearsal, a spontaneous tattoo parlour visit, and playing live in front of 60 million people, Reddi is keeping the rock-n-roll wave in Euro.