Justyna Steczkowska, who represented Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest of 1995, is celebrating the twentieth anniversary of her career with the release of a bold and expressive new album.
Recorded with the Silesian Art Collective, Justyna’s album Anima is a collection of uncompromising and intriguing electronic sounds, with lyrics of a personal and emotional nature.
Anima also sees Justyna collaborating with fellow prominent Polish artists Ifi Ude, Katarzyna (Kasia) Nosowska and Izabela Komoszyńska.
Listen to Anima via Spotify here:
Watch the music videos for Kochankowie Syreny and Terra, which can both be found on Anima, below:
And check out Justyna’s official website at justynasteczkowska.pl which contains links to her social media pages.
Justyna Steczkowska represented Poland at the Eurovision Song Contest of 1995. Her distinctive entry Sama finished in eighteenth place at the Grand Final of the Dublin, Ireland hosted competition with a total of fifteen points.
Poland has participated at the Eurovision Song Contest on seventeen occasions since debuting in 1994 with Edyta Górniak’s powerful To ne ja! Achieving a second placing, with a total of 166 points, To ne ja! is Poland’s best performing entry to date. Poland was last represented by Donatan and Cleo, who took My Słowianie – We Are Slavic to the Grand Final of Copenhagen 2014, finishing in fourteenth place.
Polish broadcaster TVP has confirmed to ESCToday that the country will be present at the Vienna 2015 contest, and their entry will again be chosen via an internal selection method.