Welcome to KEiiNO News

KEiiNO News, information, articles and more, for fans of the Norweigan-Sápmi band, KEiiNO, which represented Norway in Eurovision 2019, with Spirit in the sky.
We aim to provide you with everything-KEiiNO, apart from the things you find on KEiiNO’s own website at www.keiino.com.
Where KEiiNO’s own website covers news, releases, official merchandise and more, KEiiNO News is to be regarded a supplement to KEiiNO’s own website, a large net, and database of everything from biography, history, news, releases, and more, as KEiiNO grows in popularity and fame.

As part of the official KEiiNO Fangroup on Facebook, we will also integrate the fangroup to this site, as well as Youtube, Instagram and TikTok.

We are ALWAYS happy to receive input from fans, and also happy to answer any questions we might know the answers to.

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mail@keiino-news.net

Best wishes from,
Linda Karina – Owner and developer
Birgitte – Assitant and translator
Brooklyn – Media-assistant and translator

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Alexandra sings the official EHF song 2020

When this year’s European Championship in women’s handball starts in Denmark and Norway from December 3rd to 20th, the song of the year is sung by none other than our beloved Alexandra Rotan. There’s no end to my pride over this – one of my favorite sports events of the year, together with one of my idols, it doesn’t get much bigger than this.

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I Wanna dance with somebody

KEiiNO’s cover of “I wanna dance with somebody” is the official Global Pride 2020 Song, and all revenue goes to the Global Pride organization and has also urged fans and supporters to submit 9-seconds sequence videos of dancing, for the music video, which will be released on Global Pride day, June 27th, where a 24-hour stream through Global Prid’es youtube channel and Facebook will be held.

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— I was very moved by hearing the joik from Eurovision

KEiiNO has recently toured the world and latest they have charmed Australia and audience in New York. the period after participating in Eurovision has been busy. For the very first time the group visited Fred René’s home village, Kautokeino last Friday and the band had a great time with the kids and youths on Báktehárji even though the circumstances were a little smaller than what they are used to.

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Absurd they are threatened and harassed during a peace-building event

— Every little movement KEiiNO does is looked at with sharp eyes. accusation s and threats are thrown at the trio, he writes. People try to force them to take a stand in something they don’t want to be a part of and I think that they first and foremost show diplomatic skills, Klemet Anders writes, who thinks this is meant to be a peace-building arrangement.

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