Witloof Bay

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Witloof Bay
Witloof Bay Kuppis 2011.jpg
Background information
Origin Belgium
Genres Beatbox, jazz, a cappella
Years active 2005 (2005)–present
Members Stijn Bearelle
Etienne Debaisieux,
Benoît Giaux,
Nicolas Dorian,
Florence Huby,
Mathilde Sevrin
Past members Senjka Danhieux (RoxorLoops)

Witloof Bay is a Belgian vocal band.


In 2005 six friends who all shared a love of jazz, pop, a cappella and beatbox decided to perform as a group. They took their inspiration from The Real Group, Take 6, The Swingle Singers and The Singers Unlimited. The band sing both in English and French. The band members themselves also come from all parts of the Belgian kingdom: Wallonia, Flanders and Brussels, thus the group believes they truly represent Belgium as a whole.

In 2008 the group released their first eponymously titled album.

Eurovision 2011[edit]

On 12 February 2011, Witloof Bay won the right to represent Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011. They took part in the second semi-final, held on 12 May 2011, but failed to qualify for the final, finishing 11th.


Album releases[edit]

Year Album
2008 Witloof Bay


Year Single Peak chart positions Album
2011 "With Love Baby" 42 50 TBA
2013 "Elle s'en va"


External links[edit]

Preceded by
Tom Dice
with "Me and My Guitar"
Belgium in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
with "Would You?"