Iceland's Eurovision Song Contest Entry Is Fun, Poppy, Anti-Hate

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Pollapönk’s tune “No Prejudice” is Iceland’s 2014 entry into the long-running and very kitschy Eurovision Song Contest, and it is clearly intended to send a very strong message to Europeans about how much discrimination sucks.

The lyrics really address all sorts of different possibilities for treating people unfairly, but the music video sets up a comic book or cartoon like situation with a super-villain and what appear to be attacks on queer spaces.

It’s ridiculously catchy. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. EAR WORM TIME.

Video via Eurovision Song Contest/YouTube.

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