Shum (song)

"Shum" (Ukrainian: Шум, transl."Noise") is a song by Ukrainian electro-folk band Go_A. It represented Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam.[3][4] It is the second song sung entirely in Ukrainian to represent the country at Eurovision (the first being "Solovey" also by Go_A in 2020), but the first to actually compete in Eurovision due to the cancellation of the 2020 contest.

Single by Go_A
Released22 January 2021
Length3:58 (original version)
3:02 (radio edit)
2:53 (Eurovision version)
Go_A singles chronology
Alternative cover
Eurovision version cover
Music video
"Shum" on YouTube
Eurovision Song Contest 2021 entry
  • Taras Shevchenko
  • Kateryna Pavlenko
  • Ihor Didenchuk
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Semi-final points
Final result
Final points
Entry chronology
◄ "Solovey" (2020)
"Stefania" (2022) ►

"Shum" qualified for the 2021 Eurovision final, where it finished in fifth place with 364 points. They were the runner-ups of the public vote, behind eventual winner Italy, with 267 points, including a maximum of 12 points from five countries.[5] The Eurovision version of the song took the lead in the global Spotify Viral 50 daily list on 24 May 2021, where it stayed until 1 June, and led the weekly list on the week of 27 May.[6] It entered the Billboard Global 200 on the week of 5 June, at position 158, becoming the first ever Ukrainian-language song to chart there.[7] On the same week, it peaked at number 80 on the Billboard Global Excl. U.S.[8]

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