Amar pelos dois

Amar pelos dois

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"Amar pelos dois"
Single by Salvador Sobral
Released 10 March 2017
Format
Genre
Length 3:05
Label Sons em Trânsito
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s) Luísa Sobral
Salvador Sobral singles chronology
"Nem Eu"
(2016)
"Amar pelos dois"
(2017)
"Nem Eu"
(2016)
"Amar pelos dois"
(2017)
"Amar pelos dois"
Eurovision Song Contest 2017 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Language
Composer(s)
Lyricist(s)
Luísa Sobral
Finals performance
Semi-final result
1st
Semi-final points
370
Final result
1st
Final points
758
Appearance chronology
◄ "Há um mar que nos separa" (2015)   

"Amar pelos dois" (English: Loving for both of us) is a song performed by Portuguese singer Salvador Sobral. It was written and produced by his sister Luísa Sobral. It premiered on February 19, 2017 when it was performed in Festival da Canção 2017, Portugal's national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, and was released as a digital download on March 10, 2017 by Sons em Trânsito.

"Amar pelos dois" is a jazz waltz. Its lyrics revolve around a lost love and the continued attempts to get her back. The song received praise from music critics, with some reviewers considering it Portugal's all-time best Eurovision entry. It earned the Sobral siblings two Marcel Bezençon Awards. The song topped the charts in Finland, Iceland, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. It peaked inside the top 10 in Denmark, France, Luxembourg, Greece, Hungary, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland.

At the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, "Amar pelos dois" gave Portugal its first ever win since their debut in 1964. It amassed 758 points, setting the record for the highest number of points in the history of the competition, and topped both the televoting and the jury voting for the first time since Austria's "Rise Like a Phoenix" in 2014. It is the first winning song entirely performed in a country's native language since Serbia's "Molitva" in 2007 and the first winning song written in triple metre since Ireland's "The Voice" in 1996.

Composition

"Amar pelos dois" was written and produced by Luísa Sobral, Salvador Sobral's sister. "Amar pelos dois" is a jazz waltz[1] with a length of three minutes and five seconds (3:05)[2] that moves at a tempo of 92 beats per minute.[3] The song is composed in the key of F major and is written in triple metre, with Sobral's vocals spanning from D4 to G5.[4] Without background vocals, it has an instrumentation consisting of strings and piano. Salvador Sobral stated that "Amar pelos dois" is "influenced by those old songs from the Great American Songbook, and it also has a touch of the beautiful bossa nova melodies".[5] Lyrically, the song is about a lost love and the continued attempts to get her back.[6] Sobral described it as "a love song. A sad one".[5]

Song contests

Festival da Canção 2017

Luísa Sobral was announced as a participating songwriter in Festival da Canção 2017, Portugal's national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, on December 5, 2016.[7] On 18 January 2017, her brother, Salvador Sobral, was announced to be performing her song, titled "Amar pelos dois".[8] After being sent two songs by Luísa Sobral, written for the competition, Salvador Sobral selected "Amar pelos dois" as the song he would like to perform. Luís Figueiredo, who did the string arrangement, also chose "Amar pelos dois" as the song to go through the competition's various phases. Sobral competed in the first semi-final on February 19, placing second with 20 points after winning the jury vote and coming third in the televote.[9] In the final, held on March 5, he won the jury vote and came second in the televote, placing first with 22 points and thus representing Portugal at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.[10][11]

Eurovision Song Contest 2017

Most votes given to Portugal by televote in Eurovision Song Contest 2017
Most votes given by the jury to Portugal in Eurovision Song Contest 2017

Portugal was drawn to compete in the first half of the first semi-final.[12] The running order for the semi-finals was decided by the producers, in order to avoid similar songs being placed next to each other. Portugal was set to perform in position 9, following the entry from Azerbaijan and before the entry from Greece.[13] At the end of the show, it was announced that "Amar pelos dois" was among the ten most popular entries and subsequently qualified for the grand final. Later, it was revealed that Portugal was ranked first in the semi-final with 370 points overall, garnering 197 from the televoters and 173 from the national juries.[14] Portugal received 12 points from the televoters in Albania, Belgium, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden, and received 12 points from the juries of Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iceland, Latvia, Moldova, Poland and Spain.[15] For the grand final, Portugal was drawn to compete in the first half. Portugal was subsequently placed to perform in position 11 by the producers, following the entry from Denmark and before the entry from Azerbaijan.[16] In the end, Portugal won the contest with 758 points overall; 376 from the televoters and 382 from the juries. Portugal received 12 points from the televoters in Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Israel, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain and Switzerland, and received 12 points from the juries of Armenia, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, San Marino, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.[17] For the winner's encore, siblings Salvador and Luísa sang the song as a duet, just like they did in the national final.

Record-breaking victory[edit]

By earning 758 points overall in the grand final, "Amar pelos dois" became the highest-scoring entry in the history of the Eurovision Song Contest, overtaking Ukraine's "1944" which had scored 534 points the year before. In the grand final, Portugal received at least five televote points from every participating country.[17] "Amar pelos dois" topped both the televoting and the jury voting for the first time since Austria's "Rise Like a Phoenix" in 2014.[18] It is the first winning song entirely performed in a country's native language since Serbia's "Molitva" in 2007 and the first winning song written in triple metre since Ireland's "The Voice" in 1996. With 382 points awarded by the national juries, "Amar pelos dois" broke the record of most jury points ever, beating Sweden's "Heroes" which received 353 points from the juries in 2015.[17] Additionally, Portugal achieved the biggest margin of victory of the decade and the second biggest of all time, scoring 143 more points than the runners-up.[19]

Under the previous voting system, "Amar pelos dois" would have scored 417 points, surpassing Norway's "Fairytale" which scored 387 points in 2009.[20] Also under the previous voting system, "Amar pelos dois" would have received a record of twenty combined sets of 12 points (televote + jury vote), overcoming the eighteen sets of douze points collected by Sweden's "Euphoria" in 2012. Thus, from a combined vote perspective, Portugal would have received 12 points from Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Israel, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, San Marino, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.[21]

Points awarded to Portugal[edit]

Below is a breakdown of points awarded to Portugal in the first semi-final and grand final of the contest, and the breakdown of the televoting and jury voting conducted during the two shows:

Reception

Critical response

Fabien Randanne of French newspaper 20 Minutes called "Amar pelos dois" a "superb melancholic song" and described it as a "delightfully anachronistic sound".[22] Francisco Chacón of Spanish newspaper ABC claimed that its jazz-pop tempo distinguished it from the "outlandish proposals in the otherwise kitsch music scene".[23] French magazine Paris Match declared it as one of their ten favourite entries of the year, and noted a "great vocal mastery".[24] Chris Zeiher of Australian Eurovision broadcaster SBS noted the "simplicity" of the song, adding that "there's something refreshing and reflective" in it.[25] Benny Royston of British newspaper Metro named it "Portugal's best ever Eurovision entry", and commented that "sticking to Portuguese maintains the charm and charisma of this song that pulls at the heartstrings through musical composition".[26] Richard van de Crommert of Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf considered it Portugal's all-time best Eurovision entry.[27] Jens Maier of German magazine Stern called the song a "surprise", adding that it "enchanted" the contest.[28] Charlotte Runcie of British newspaper The Daily Telegraph described it as an "artistic, beautifully crafted" and "sophisticated" song.[29]

Commercial performance

In Portugal, "Amar pelos dois" reached number 1 on the singles chart after winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.[30] On the Portuguese download chart, the song debuted at number 4, after winning the national final Festival da Canção. In the following week, it climbed to number 3,[31] and topped the chart eventually.[32] It was certified gold by the Associação Fonográfica Portuguesa (AFP), selling over 7,500 units.[33] In Portugal, "Amar pelos dois" broke the record held by Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" for the most streams ever in a single day on Spotify, with 75,373 daily streams, and became the only song to cross the 60,000 mark in a 24-hour period.[34] Also on home soil, it achieved the second-biggest week ever for Spotify streams, with 366,423 weekly streams, and became one of only three songs to cross the 300,000 mark in a 7-day period.[35]

In the rest of Europe, "Amar pelos dois" appeared on several download charts, reaching number 1 in Finland and the Netherlands, number 3 in Luxembourg, Norway and Sweden, number 4 in Denmark, number 5 in Greece, number 6 in Belgium, and number 31 in the United Kingdom.[36][37][38] On other singles charts, the song peaked at number 1 in Iceland, number 6 in Switzerland, number 8 in Hungary, and number 22 in Austria.[39][40][41][42] In France, it reached number 4, achieving the highest position for a Eurovision Song Contest winning entry on the chart since the United Kingdom's "Save Your Kisses for Me" in 1976.[43] In Spain, "Amar pelos dois" succeeded "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi at number 1, and became the first Eurovision Song Contest winning entry to top the chart since Israel's "Diva" in 1998.[44] In regard to streaming, the song achieved the third-biggest day ever on Spotify in Lithuania, with 5,704 daily streams.[45]

In the United States, "Amar pelos dois" peaked at number 7 on the World Digital Songs chart, as one of the best-performing international digital singles.[37]

Awards and accolades

"Amar pelos dois" earned the Sobral siblings two Marcel Bezençon Awards. Salvador Sobral received the Artistic Award, whereas Luísa Sobral received the Composer Award.[46] It marked the first time an entry was recognized with two of these awards since the Netherlands' "Calm After the Storm" in 2014.

At the ESC Radio Awards, "Amar pelos dois" won Best Song. It marked the first time since Sweden's "Euphoria" in 2012 that a Eurovision Song Contest winning entry also topped the ESC Radio Awards poll. Additionally, the song earned Salvador Sobral the Best Male Artist award.[47]

Year Award Category Result
2017 Marcel Bezençon Awards[46] Artistic Award Won
Composer Award Won
ESC Radio Awards[47] Best Song Won
Best Male Artist Won

Use in media

In Brazil, "Amar pelos dois" is the opening theme song for the telenovela Tempo de Amar on Rede Globo.[48]

Other versions

Track listings

  • Digital download[2]
  1. "Amar pelos dois" – 3:05
  1. "Amar pelos dois" – 3:05
  2. "Amar pelos dois" (Instrumental) – 2:56

Credits and personnel

Credits adapted from the liner notes of "Amar pelos dois" promo single.[57]

Charts

Chart (2017) Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[58] 22
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[59] 30
Belgium (Ultratip Wallonia)[60] 8
Croatia (HRT)[61] 19
Denmark Digital Songs (Billboard)[37] 4
Europe (Euro Digital Songs)[37] 13
Finland Download (Latauslista)[62] 1
France (SNEP)[63] 4
Germany (Official German Charts)[64] 43
Greece Digital Songs (Billboard)[37] 5
Hungary (Single Top 40)[65] 8
Iceland (RÚV)[39] 1
Luxembourg Digital Songs (Billboard)[37] 3
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[66] 35
Netherlands Digital Songs (Billboard)[67] 1
Norway Digital Songs (Billboard)[37] 3
Portugal (AFP)[68] 1
Portugal Digital Songs (Billboard)[32] 1
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[69] 37
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[70] 1
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[71] 33
Sweden Digital Songs (Billboard)[37] 3
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[72] 6
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[73] 97
US World Digital Songs (Billboard)[37] 7

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Portugal (AFP)[33] Gold 7,500*

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history

Region Date Format Label
Europe 10 March 2017 Digital download Sons em Trânsito
Portugal 16 June 2017 CD single[74] Sony Music

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
"1944" by Jamala
Eurovision Song Contest winner
2017
Succeeded by
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