Tel Aviv 2019

Austria: Paenda’s Eurovision entry “Limits” has been released

Can she extend Austria's final appearances to six in a row?

This year’s Eurovision entrant for Austria, Paenda, has just had her song, “Limits”, premiered on Austrian radio station Hitradio Ö3. Can she follow in the footsteps of Cesar Sampson and deliver Austria their fourth top three finish?

Listen to “Limits”

You can also find the song from Spotify.

“A different feel to Paenda’s previous music”

As revealed in an interview with Eurovision scout, Eberhard Forcher, a few weeks ago, “Limits” has a different feel to Paenda’s previous music and it moves away from her electronic sound. He said the song is not one he would describe as “radio-friendly” and he is sure it will divide audiences in Tel Aviv.

Paenda was announced as Austria’s Eurovision participant in late January on the same radio show as her song was debuted on this morning. The 31-year-old from Styria is relatively unknown in the Austrian music industry, but does have a few minor hits to her name – her most recent being “Paper-thin”.She says that her stage name comes from the fact that when she wakes up in the morning, her eyes look like a panda’s!

“Limits” will also feature on Paenda’s upcoming album, Evolution II, which will be released in April.

What do you think about Paenda’s entry “Limits”? Do you think it could do well in Tel Aviv or not?

Let us know in the comments below and on social media @ESCXTRA.

Tom Ryan

After joining the team in 2018, I've been lucky enough to cover four Eurovision seasons and I'm excited to see what 2023 has in store for us! I'm a music enthusiast, but also enjoy learning - so you'll likely find me in a classroom or listening to the best new music!
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