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🇦🇹 Vincent Bueno releases his Eurovision 2021 entry “Amen”

A few moments ago, the premiere of Vincent’s Eurovision entry ‘Alive’ took place at “Ö3-Wecker” on Hitradio Ö3which has been the place for the premier of Austria’s Eurovision entries.

Vincent’s Eurovision 2021 entry “Amen” was written by Tobias Carshey, Ashley Hicklin, and Jonas Thander. It was produced by Jonas Thander, Mikolaj Trybulec, and Pele Loriano.

How “Amen” was found

Ahead of the premiere of Vincent’s Eurovision 2021 entry, a press conference for his entry. Vincent revealed that they used the extra time wisely to find the song.

We have used the past year professionally to find the perfect song among my own songs as well as at national and international level – and in the end we were sure that ‘Amen’ was exactly that song. The song found me. “

Vincent on finding the song for Eurovision 2021 (translated)

It was also during this time, Vincent revealed more about what “Amen” is about:

At first glance, it’s about a dramatic relationship story, but for me, it’s mainly about this inner struggle that everyone knows, with their own strengths and weaknesses, that into a bright future leads.

Vincent on “Amen” (translated)

Preparations for Eurovision 2021 in full swing

As we have previously reported, it was reported that Marvin Dietmann will be in charge of staging Vincent’s performance. In addition to Vincent, Marvin Dietmann will also be overseeing the staging for Cyprus, Czech Republic & Spain.

During the press conference, it was also revealed that Vincent will be recording his live-on-tape performance on March 15. ORF will be using the stage from the latest series of Starmania to record Vincent’s performance.

Vincent Bueno at the Eurovision Song Contest

Vincent started his Eurovision entry in 2017, where he was a backing singer for Nathan Trent and his entry ‘Running on Air’ which placed 16th overall. In 2019, ORF announced that Vincent will represent Austria in the 2020 contest in Rotterdam. Despite its cancellation, it’s been announced he will represent Austria in the 2021 contest.

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