Back in November, Cypriot representative Andrew Lambrou landed in Stockholm to record his Eurovision 2023 entry, just over a month after he was announced to represent the country. With the song due to be released on March 2, he has shared a 30-second clip of “Break A Broken Heart”.
Over the past few months, Andrew has bounced between Sweden, Greece and Cyprus between recording, media engagements and recording the music video for his Eurovision 2023 entry.
Last week, the title was confirmed to be “Break A Broken Heart”, which will be officially released on March 2 (next Thursday).
This evening, Wiwibloggs posted an official teaser of the track, featuring a 30-second snippet.
You can pre-save the song on streaming services here.
About Andrew Lambrou
Andrew will represent Cyprus at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool. The Australian-born singer is of both Greek and Cypriot descent, making him the first member of the Cypriot diaspora to represent the island since Lisa Andreas back in 2004.
Lambrou released his debut single two years ago while continuing to grow his fanbase since just missing the X Factor live shows in 2015. In 2022, he was selected to compete in Australia Decides with “Electrify”, finishing in 7th place overall.
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