The Irish entry for the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest was revealed last weekend. However, it has now been confirmed that the final version is yet to be heard.
Jonas Gladnikoff, one of the writers behind ‘Banshee’ has spoken out on social media, in regards to a question referring to the production quality of the track. Jonas confirmed to fans that the version presented last weekend was an early cut and would not be the mix performed at the contest.
Anna Kearney won the right to represent her country at the contest after winning the national selection Junior Eurovision Éire 2019 last Sunday.
Ireland at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018
Last year, Ireland selected Taylor Hynes to represent them in Minsk, with the song IOU. During his participation in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Taylor managed to finish 15th receiving 12 points from the juries and 36 points from the online vote.