Recently, a new dance trend has taken over TikTok after users fell in love with Iceland’s 2020 Eurovision Song contest entry.

The song, which features a catchy tune and wholesome lyrics, has gone viral and TikTokkers have gotten their whole families involved with this dance challenge.

If you are looking for a new upbeat song to add to your playlist, then look no further because we’ve got the perfect summer anthem for you.

@alexpresley_

Could not get my dad on beat but Let’s dance quarantine style! Live challenge right now #familystorytime #quarantineolympics #dance

♬ Think About Things – Daði Freyr

What is the name of the Eurovision song?

The Eurovision song which everyone is obsessed with this year is called “Think about things” by Daði Freyr Pétursson and his band Gagnamagnið.

The song was given the name “Gagnamagnið” in Icelandic, and was chosen to represent Iceland in February at the Eurovision Song Contest, where the band were going to perform the song in English.

The song reached number 34 on the UK Singles Chart, making it the first Eurovision song to reach the Top 40 in the UK since “Heroes” by Måns Zelmerlöw in 2015.

What is the Eurovision song about?

Fans fell even more in love with the song after hearing the true meaning behind the lyrics. Daði explained that the song was written about his young daughter:

“The song is about my little girl who was born in April of last year. I am talking about the feeling you get in the first few days and weeks where you know that you love this person with all your heart even though you don’t really get that much interaction.”

@thetiktokchavs

Making the most of the road closure. #ttc

♬ Think About Things – Daði Freyr

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