The girl is back on the block! Almost one month after the Eurovision Song Contest, Yianna Terzi, the Greek 2018 representative returns to the spotlight with the release of the English version of her Eurovision entry, Oniro mou, called Eternity.
Several minutes ago, Yianna’s record label Panik Records released the official lyric video of the song:
However, this is actually not the very first time for us to have a taste of that new version! Should you remember, we had an exclusive opportunity to listen to a part of Eternity, here at ESCToday via our Eurovision Live Lounge project which run in April.
During a 40-minute live stream, where we had an open discussion with Yianna Terzi answering to all of your own questions, we also watched her singing her entry’s English-lyric chorus along with the Greek duet band Stereo Soul.
Yianna Terzi at Eurovision
The Greek national broadcaster ERT announced in February that the successful Greek artist Yianna Terzi would be flying the country’s flag at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, with the Greek-lyric song Oniro mou, penned by Yianna herself, as well as Michalis Papathanasiou, Aris Kalimeris and Dimitris Stamatiou.
Greece participated 14th at the first semi-final on 8 May, but it wasn’t among the Grand Final qualifiers. It was later revealed that the country had come 14th with a total of 81 points.
Below is Yianna performance at the first semi-final, on the stage of Altice Arena: