Introducing one more song title of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest: With an Instragram post, the Greek 2019 representative Katerine Duska revealed how her Eurovision track is going to be called; she will be singing for a… Better love in May!
Is she looking for a Better love? We’ll find out when we listen to her song! However, and until that moment, the Greek delegation decided to tease us with the title of their forthcoming Eurovision participation. Katerine Duska made the following brief post, with which she announces it in a white blue background:
Better love is penned by Katerine herself, as well as the acclaimed musician Leon of Athens. The Greek entry will be released by her record label Minos EMI/Universal, as well as the broadcaster ERT in early March.
Katerine Duska at Eurovision
Following the announcement of an internal selection by the Greek national broadcaster ERT, the appointed selection committee decided to assign the country’s Eurovision 2019 representation to the Canadian-born singer-songwriter Katerine Duska, who entered the music industry in 2013.
Katerine has released numerous successful songs, including One in a million, A run for my life, World of virtue, Apo mesa pethamenos (Dead inside) and Slow. Her debut studio album Embodiment was released in 2016, while her released single Fire away was chosen for the ad campaign of a very popular coffee brand.
Greece has been drawn to compete in the second half of the first semi-final evening on 14 May.