Bulgaria: EQUINOX to continue as a band after Eurovision 2018

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Group EQUINOX from Bulgaria will continue as a musical project following their Eurovision 2018 participation.

There is love and a musical life beyond the Bones: supergroup EQUINOX from Bulgaria, comprised out of artists Zhana Bergendorff, Georgi “JJ” Simeonov, Vladimir “Vlado” Mihailov, Trey Campbell and Johnny Manuel, has signed with record label Universal Music Group.

An initiative of composer Borislav Milanov, EQUINOX was founded as a common framework to deliver the song Bones at Eurovision 2018.

In the Eurovision’s aftermath, the creative collaboration has found fruitful common ground, as the group will continue to work on new projects. They recently announced the news on their social media, including Twitter:

So, we can tell it officially. will continue after . We will start working on our new projects. Stay tuned 🙂

We are happy to reveal that will continue to exist under the brand of Universal Music. Many new exciting projects underway.

In anticipation of their new work, the group have also started an official YouTube channel:

EQUINOX will start putting new flesh on the bones, presenting fresh musical ventures in due time.

At Eurovision

The enigmatic group EQUINOX represented Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Lisbon with the mysterious song Bones. Placing 7th in semi-final 1, they eventually reached a solid 14th place in the Grand Final, earning 166 points.

Afterwards, the songs’ composers Borislav Milanov, Trey Campbell, Joacim Persson and Dag Lundberg received the Marcel Bezençon Composer Award.

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