Lena Meyer-Landrut, the 2010 Eurovision winner from Germany, is getting ready to conquer neighbouring France with the release of her single Stardust within the coming days.
Since her smashing victory on the Eurovision stage in Oslo with Satellite three years ago, the young singer has been leading a very successful career in her home country Germany and in some other European countries thanks to the release of no less than three albums: My cassette player in 2010, Good news in 2011 which was supported by her 2011 Eurovision entry Taken by a stranger and finally Stardust in 2012.
Lena will be sending her single Stardust to the French radios and will try to introduce her music in France as well. The single was released in Germany back in September last year and became her third single to reach the top of the country’s music charts, selling over 250,000 copies, while the album was certified Gold status for more than 100,000 copies sold soon after.
Penned by Rosi Golan and Tim Meyers (former member of the group OneRepublic), the song Stardust has a particularly catchy and efficient chorus which fits perfectly with the current music trends. The French audience has not been really receptive to Lena’s music so far but might fall in love with her personality and the more mature sound she now has.