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Armenia’s Srbuk releases her Eurovision entry “Walking Out”

11-03-2019, 12:01 Other news, Video
Armenia’s Srbuk releases her Eurovision entry “Walking Out”

11 March 2019, 12:01 - NovostiNK
Armenia released Sunday Srbuk’s entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. She will perform “Walking Out”, which was composed by two Armenian music artists “Lost Capital” and “TokioNine, with the lyrics penned by Garik Papoyan, who also wrote Aram MP3’s “Not Alone” for Eurovision 2014.

“When I first heard the melody, visions flashed before my eyes. Events that haven’t yet become memories… I realized that this fight and the collapse of the emotions inside me have to be reflected in my song. I want to tell myself and everybody else: “Don’t kill love, but don’t let it kill you,” Srbuk commented on the song.

The young Armenian singer will perform in the second Semi-Final on 16 May in Tel Aviv, competing with the delegates of Switzerland, Sweden, Ireland, Austria, Moldova, Latvia, Romania, Denmark, Albania, Azerbaijan, F.Y.R. Macedonia, Norway, Russia, The Netherlands, Croatia, Lithuania and Malta. The Grand Final of Eurovision 2019 is slated for May 18.

24-year-old Srbuhi Sargsyan performs under the artist name Srbuk. She is familiar with competitions and knows how to do well in them. She took part in X-Factor Armenia and finished second. Later, she went to Ukraine for The Voice where she came fourth.




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