Eurovision 2013 winner Emmelie de Forest from Denmark has released the official music video of History.
History is the title track of the latest mini-album by Emmelie de Forest, released earlier this year. In the accompanying music video, Emmelie de Forest shows her new look and sound, as well as looking back on her own history – in line with the song’s lyrics. Emmelie visits her childhood home in Mariager, sharing pictures of her youth.
Emmelie de Forest is very proud of her latest video, as she shared on Facebook:
So excited to tell you that the video for #History (the title track of my album) is out today! We filmed the video in my hometown Mariager, back in January. We also got to film at my old school, in my childhood home and other places around town that has a special meaning to me in one way or another. I had so much fun filming this video, which is the most personal one I’ve made so far. I think it’s perfect for Easter, a Holliday where many go back to their hometown and spend time with family, remembering ones roots. Hope you’ll enjoy watching it and wishing you all a Happy Easter!
For Emmelie de Forest’s latest mini-album History you can click here.
About Emmelie de Forest
Emmelie Charlotte-Victoria de Forest (Randers, Denmark, 1993) is a Danish singer-songwriter. She began singing at the age of nine, including in the Steve Cameron Gospel Choir, and performing at music festivals at the age of fourteen.
Emmelie de Forest represented Denmark at the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, Sweden. With her entry Only teardrops the artist ultimately won the Eurovision Song Contest, receiving 281 points.
The following year, Emmelie de Forest performed the official Eurovison 2014 anthem in Copenhagen, Rainmaker.
Emmelie de Forest also co-wrote the 2017 Eurovision entry for the United Kingdom, Never give up on you, together with Daniel Salcedo and Lawrie Martin. Performed by Lucie Jones at the Grand Final in Kyiv, Ukraine, the song eventually placed 15th with 111 points.
Enjoy Emmelie de Forest performing Only teardrops at the Grand Final of Eurovision 2013: