Edyta Górniak, who is bidding to represent Poland for a second time at the Eurovision Song Contest, has released the official audio for her bidding entry, Grateful.
After revealing her intent on competing in the upcoming Polish national final, it was confirmed earlier this month that Edyta Górniak had submitted her song, Grateful, in a bid to represent her country once again at the Eurovision Song Contest.
Having premiered Grateful live in Kraków on the 14 February, Edyta has today released the official studio version of her bidding entry in the lead up to the Polish national final, taking place on the 5 March.
The lyrics for Grateful was written by Karolina Alexandra Covington alongside Monika Borzym-Janowska, who also produced the music for the single together with Mariusz Bogdan Obijalski and Robert Kamil Lewandowski.
Edyta Gorniak, who previously represented Poland as their debut act in 1994 and is currently the country’s best scoring entrant to date, will compete in the upcoming Polish national final, Krajowe Eliminacje 2016, alongside 8 fellow competitors.
The 2016 Polish representative will be decided 100% via a national televote. The show will air on TVP1 on the 5 March.