Croatia chose a very traditional way to represent their country this year. The song title, Mižerja in form of traditional a capella singing, has already been revealed in January. And today, the Croatian broadcaster HRT has announced the names of the musicians who will have the honour to show their rich musical tradition in Malmö. Six male artists with powerful voices will compose the Super Klapa ensemble. They are:
- Marko Škugor, from klapa Kampanel (first tenor)
- Ante Galić, from klapa Sinj (second tenor)
- Nikša Antica, from klapa Kampanel (first baritone)
- Leon Bataljaku, from klapa Crikvenica (second baritone)
- Ivica Vlaić, from klapa Sebenico (bass)
- Bojan Kavedžija, from klapa Grdelin (bass)
The same panel who chose the song from the submissions found these six artists the most fitting ones for the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest entry. Maestro Mojmir Čačija selected the lucky musicians and he is also responsible for the vocal arrangement. Producer Nikša Bratoš, together with Dragan Brnas, made the arrangement of Mižerja.