Tamta stans rejoice! This week we will be blessed with a brand new single, titled “Sex With Your Ex”. This marks her first international single since “Replay” – her Eurovision 2019 entry. Evidence from Tamta’s discography suggests that, yes, it is likely to be a banger.
The eagle-eyed detectives over at Eurovision fun uncovered the news, posting a link to umusic showing the single artwork. The digital distribution site also revealed a pre-save link for the track and claims that the song will be released November 15th – this Friday! The song will be released via Minos EMA in Greece and its international counterpart Universal worldwide. New Music Friday just got extra exciting!
Tamta herself later announced the news via her Instagram story, which you can see below:
Eurovision Fun also confirmed that a music video will coincide with the single’s release, directed by Renata Raksha. We can only hope that Tamta will be giving us yet another visual packed full of looks and choreography. Speaking of, she had previously released a [mostly] Greek-language single – “Señorita” – back in July.
“Sex With Your Ex” was written by Roel Henricus Rats, Marcia Thadea Angele Sondeijker, Ben Cassorla and Alexandra Veltri. Much like “Replay”, the song boasts an international team.
Tamta in Eurovision
Tamta first achieved popularity in Greece in 2004 for her participation in Super Idol Greece, in which she placed second. She went on to release several charting albums and singles in Greece and Cyprus. Her TV continued thereafter, she became a mentor on X Factor Georgia in 2014, and The X Factor Greece in 2016.
In January 2007, ERT announced Goduadze’s participation in the Greek national final for the Eurovision 2007. Placing third in the competition, “With Love” went on to become a widely successful song in Greece, peaking at number-two on the Greek singles.
In 2015, Tamta released the single “Unloved” which was intended for the Greek participation in Eurovision Song Contest 2015. Unfortunately, she missed the deadline set by ERT by two or three days.
In 2019, she finally represented Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song “Replay”, finishing in 13th place with 109 points.