Et Cetera (song)

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"Et Cetera"
Single by Sinéad Mulvey and Black Daisy
Released 1 May 2009
Format Digital download, CD single
Recorded 2008
Genre Powerpop, Rock
Label Sony BMG
Writer(s) Niall Mooney,
Daniele Moretti,
Jonas Gladnikoff,
Christina Schilling
Producer(s) Marten Eriksson
Republic of Ireland "Et Cetera"
Eurovision Song Contest 2009 entry
Sinéad Mulvey,
Lesley-Ann Halvey,
Asta Milleriene,
Nicole Billings
Niall Mooney,
Daniele Moretti,
Jonas Gladnikoff,
Christina Schilling
Niall Mooney,
Daniele Moretti,
Jonas Gladnikoff,
Christina Schilling
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Semi-final points
Appearance chronology
◄ "Irelande Douze Pointe" (2008)   
"It's for You" (2010) ►
Black Daisy with Sinéad Mulvey performing "Et Cetera" at the Scala in London on 17 April 2009. Photo by Tristán White.

"Et Cetera" is a song by Irish singer Sinéad Mulvey and rock band Black Daisy that represented Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow, Russia. The song was composed by a multinational songwriting team of Niall Mooney of Ireland, Jonas Gladnikoff of Sweden, Daniele Moretti of Italy and Christina Schilling of Denmark.[1][2]

The song competed in the second semi-final on 14 May 2009 but failed to qualify for the final, making it the second time in a row and the third time in 5 years the nation failed to make it to the final.

It was chosen on 20 February 2009 as part of a special edition of chat show The Late Late Show which had Jerry Springer, Marty Whelan and Linda Martin reviewing the six entries competing to go to Moscow. It won with 78 points from a possible 80, awarded in two phases, phase one by national juries and phase two by the viewers.

The song was released as a single by Sony BMG on 1 May in Ireland, as both a physical CD single and as a digital download.[3] It debuted on the Irish charts at #15 and peaked at #6.[4]

Track listings[edit]

  1. "Et Cetera" - 2:59
  2. "Et Cetera" (Extravaganza Mix) - 3:31
  3. "Et Cetera" (Instrumental) - 3:00


Chart (2009) Peak
Irish Singles Chart[5] 6

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Fisher, Luke (2009-02-20). "Et Cetera wins Irish national final". Oikotimes. Retrieved 2009-02-20. 
  2. ^ Klier, Marcus (2009-02-20). "Ireland: Sinead Mulvey & Black Daisy to Eurovision". ESCToday. Retrieved 2009-02-20. 
  3. ^ Darby, Harry (2009-04-29). "Ireland: Sony snap up Sinead". ESCToday. Retrieved 2009-05-02. 
  4. ^ Irish Singles Chart Accessed May 16, 2009.
  5. ^ Irish Singles Chart