Switzerland won’t be appearing in the final of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
The country—represented by the six-piece Salvation Army group Tasaka—wasn’t voted through in last night’s second semi-final in Malmö.
Seventeen acts competed for 10 places for the final but Switzerland’s entry, You and Me, didn’t strike a chord either with audience voters or national juries.
Hungary, Azerbaijan, Iceland and Malta were among the 10 chosen for the grand finale on Saturday.
Switzerland famously hosted and won the first-ever Eurovision Song Contest in 1956.
Lys Assia scooped the prize with her French-language ballad, Refrain.
The country hasn’t scored a win since 1988.