VICTORIA has released “growing up is getting old”, the last of her six potential Eurovision entries. On Friday, Team Bulgaria will launch the online platform that will allow music fans from around to world to share their feedback about the six songs directly to VICTORIA and her team.
About “growing up is getting old”
The song is written by VICTORIA together with Maya Nalani, Helena Larsson and Oliver Björkvall. Although the music journey of VICTORIA’s first EP “a little dramatic” ends with “the funeral song” as the closing track, the artist and her team decided to introduce “growing up is getting old” last because of the positive message the song brings.
“growing up is getting old” is really dear and personal to me. You can grow in many different ways. Sometimes going back to your roots, to the place you feel safe and the people you love, helps you find your purpose on Earth. This is the case for me. When I listen to the song I think of my mother, my father, my sister, my friends. All the people that mean the world to me.VICTORIA on “getting up is getting old”
Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021
VICTORIA was selected internally as Bulgaria’s representative by the broadcaster BNT. Six songs are in the race to become Bulgaria’s Eurovision 2021 entry. Five of the songs are out and the rest will be released throughout this week.
This Friday, the online platform that will allow music fans from around to world to share their feedback about the six songs directly to VICTORIA and her team, will be launched. More information about the platform will be released on the news website for Eurovision Bulgaria, eurovision.icard.com. VICTORIA and her team will also look for feedback from focus groups specialising in music, TV, radio and Eurovision experts to make their final decision.
Before the contest was cancelled, VICTORIA was set to represent Bulgaria at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with “Tears Getting Sober”. The song quickly became one of the favourites to win the contest and finished second in ESCXTRA’s Xtra Insider 2020.
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