ON WEDNESDAY: TWO COUNTRIES PRESENT THEIR EUROVISION 2013 ENTRIES
Tomorrow, two more countries are in the list to present and reveal how they are going to sound in Malmö. These are: France and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
France, as reported some weeks ago, will be represented in Malmö by Amandine Bourgeois. Amandine won the sixth edition of Nouvelle Star (Star Academy) back in 2008 and released two albums with Sony Music since then. The latest in March 2012 entitled Sans Amour, Mon Amour and her debut 20m² in 2009. Both, France 3 (National ESC broadcaster) and record company of Amandine have decided to release the song via two channels.
The song is expected to be presented, tomorrow, at 10:00 CET in Spotify, where you will be able to listen to the whole entry. But it won’t be until Thursday at 9:00 CET, when the France 3, publishes on their official ESC website, the full videoclip.
Eurovision.tv declares: ”The clip directed by Seb K shows a baroque universe in which Amandine is unveiled as a sensual and captivating artist. The song “L’Enfer Et Moi” is written by Boris Bergman and David Salki”.
On 14th March, Amandine will also perform her entry for the first time ever, in the french show, C’ à vous, at 19:00 CET. It’s expected an extra appearance in Chabada, on March 24th, at 17:00 CET, as well. Both will be aired live on France 3.
On the other hand, we have FYR Macedonia. The balkan country withdrawed Imperija from the contest, after the national broadcaster (MKRTV) received negative reviews and opinions of the song. The new song (title is unknown yet) will be presented tomorrow, on a Macedonian TV show. The videoclip will be filmed after HODs meeting in Malmö, next week.
FYR Macedonian HoD reports that, the song has nothing to do with Imperija and so on, it’s totally different. They’re leaving the ethnic style to reach a new one, the Gypsy, where Esma will perform in Romani language, which will let her to show her vocal capacities and also Lozano, who will be showing her amazing vocals, as well. The song is composed by Darko Dimitrov and Lazar Cvetkovski and the lyrics is written by Ljupco Mirkovski.