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🇨🇾 Cyprus: “El Diablo” release details revealed

The song will be available to stream this Sunday

Tomorrow, we will have another Eurovision 2021 entry! Last month, Elena Tsagrinou revealed via her Instagram that her Eurovision 2021 entry “El Diablo” would be released February 24th. Panik Records, her label, have released information around the song’s release.

The music video will premiere tomorrow (February 24th) on CyBC1’s “Happy Hour”, which airs at 3.30 pm CET. From 5 pm CET tomorrow until the evening of Saturday February 27th, the music video will be exclusively available on Panik’s website and the Panik Music app.

The music video, directed by George Mpenioudakis, is as modern and dynamic as “El Diablo” with Elena Tsagrinou taking centre stage and accompanied by male dancers.

Description of the music video

“El Diablo” will then be released on streaming platforms on Sunday February 28th. On this day at 6 pm CET, the music video will then be available on Panik Record’s Official YouTube Channel.

About “El Diablo”

As was revealed previously, Elena is described as a “a fresh face of the music industry.” It was also hinted that the composer behind her entry was “a very big name” that would create excitement upon announcement. 

This was referring to Jimmy Joker, who has written songs for Pitbull, JLO, Nicki Minaj and countless other international stars. He is credited alongside Laurel Barker, who wrote three of the entries of Eurovision 2019 (Switzerland, the UK and Germany), and countless national final songs. They are joined on the songwriting team by Thomas Stengård and Oxa.

Back in the summer, it was confirmed by Head of Delegation Evi Papamichael that Marvin Dietmann will be overseeing the 2021 staging. He was of course the stage director of Conchita Wurst’s winning performance for Austria in 2014 with “Rise Like A Phoenix”.

Joining her team this month was acclaimed fashion designer Celia Kritharioti. Celia will be dressing Elena throughout her Eurovision journey, and whose designs can be seen in the music video.

What do you think about “El Diablo”? Let us knowBe sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to see our reactions to the over the coming months.

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