LISTEN: 'Kewkba' Acapella Sounds Even More Haunting Than Before

This mic feed is everything

Following our compilation of the imaginary acapella versions of Maltese Eurovision entries, a lot of people were very curious to hear what the real singers would have sounded like sans music.

Janice Mangion's entry Kewkba (which topped Malta's iTunes chart after the festival) was already praised for its haunting quality and emotional lyrics. After receiving this acapella clip of her performance, it's safe to say these qualities are even clearer without music.

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Have a listen to the clip above and tell us you weren't moved in some way.

Are there any other performances you'd like to hear acapella. Tell us about them in the comments on Facebook, and we'll try get our hands on the clips.

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Chucky Bartolo

If there's no Mariah Carey GIF or reference to Eurovision in this article, just assume they've been edited out against my will.