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Media suggest March 10 release date for Greek Eurovision entry

There have been reports from the media that Amanda Tenfjord, Greece’s Eurovision representative for 2022, will release her Eurovision entry on March 10. The news was first announced on Greek TV channel MEGA TV.

Do we finally have a release date?

According to reports, Amanda’s song will likely premiere on Thursday, March 10 at 21:00 on ERT 1, Greece’s flagship television network. They expect that the official music video will also be available at this time. The song may also premiere on Ertflix. This was the case for “Last Dance” by Stefania, Greece’s 2021 entry last year.

Details of Greece’s entry

Filming of Amanda’s music video has been completed. We can expect gorgeous sweeping camera angles and landscapes from the music video, as it was shot in Symi, arguably one of Greece’s most beautiful and mountainous islands. It was also directed by Costas Karydas, who directed Stefania’s “Last Dance”. Fokas Evangelinos will also return as Greece’s creative director. Norwegian producer, Bjørn Helge Gammelsæter also produced Amanda’s song.

Amanda’s song has a message that is all too familiar to all of us. Her song centres on the separation that results from a relationship that ended bitterly. We can expect a dynamic, melodic piece that is full of emotion and pulls on your heartstrings.

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Isabella Tang

I'm a dedicated Eurovision fan and new ESCXTRA contributor from the other side of the globe in Australia. Even though I'm fairly new to Eurovision, seeing as I was first introduced to it in 2016, this hasn't stopped me from looking back on all the previous years and loving the contest more and more.

2 Comments

  1. It’ll actually be on the 12th of March, NOT the 10th. It is said and written in the video.

  2. Correction: There’s also the day of Thursday (the 10th of March) mentioned in the audio, even though it’s referred to as being the 12th. So, the information is not quite clear. Is it the 10th or the 12th?

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