We'd forgotten all about this but someone on the Popjustice forum has
just posted a link to the studio verison of Josh Dubovie's 'That
Sounds Good To Me'.
It is the song that it is felt — by idiots, let's be honest — will best represent the UK on the world stage.
Nothing about this song is good. It has no redeeming features. If it were a second hand car it would be one with a massive shit on the driver's seat. It is like a nightmare that exists in the physical realm, the Freddie Krueger of Eurovision entries slashing multiple cuts across pop's jugular. It is Comic Sans, a fart in a crowded lift, a dishwasher with an unsatisfactory rinse cycle, a Conservative election win, an unexpectedly hefty tax bill, homework on a Sunday night and next door's whining dog. It is all of that and more but it is not, and this is worth remembering as 'Eurovision fever' grips (trans: doesn't grip) the country in the coming weeks, something that "sounds" "good" to "anyone".
It is, more than anything, a real shame.