Pack up, let’s fly to Greece! This is what the Moldovan 2018 entrants DoReDos said and they have now filmed the official video clip of their Eurovision entry My lucky day, on the idyllic island of Santorini, which every year attracts millions of tourists from all around the globe.
With a majestic scenery in the background
The 3-member Moldovan group and their colleagues arrived in Santorini on Sunday. The video’s protagonists seem to be enjoying a lot the island’s beauties, as the photos that have been taken exude the pleasant mood that existed throughout the shootings. Indeed, this must have been their… Lucky day! As stated below their post, the video clip should be expected very soon on our screens. Discover some teaser photos from the clip here!
DoReDos band was formed in 2011 in the city of Rîbnița, Moldova. Its three members are Marina Djundiet, Eugeniu Andrianov, and Sergiu Mita, all graduated from the Higher Musical Academy of Arts, in the Moldovan capital of Chișinău.
The band has released two singles since, which are Maricica and FunnyFolk. Winning this year’s Moldovan national final was not their first Eurovision attempt, as they had also tried to fly the country’s flag in both 2015 and 2016. Furthermore, they were crowned one of the three winners of the New Wave contest for young performers in 2017, on behalf of Moldova.
Here is their victorious performance at the national final O melodie pentru Europa 2018:
Moldova at Eurovision
The state of Moldova first took part on the Eurovision stage in 2005, and has been participating every year since. During their first performance, they earned a remarkable 6th place with the band Zdob și Zdub and the song Bunica bate toba.
This had been the country’s best result until last year, when the musical trio SunStroke Project managed to make it to the Top 5 and came 3rd with 374 points, with the uptempo track Hey, Mamma!
You may enjoy them again below: