With the song ‘Better Love', Katerine Duska will represent Greece this year. Katerine set to perform 16th in the first Semi-Final on Tuesday 14 May in Tel Aviv, Israel. This is 'Ticket to Tel Aviv', our feature counting down to the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
Greek-Canadian singer-songwriter currently Katerine Duska is based in Athens and has been internally selected by Greek broadcaster ERT to represent Greece at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. The broadcaster announced her participation on Valentine's Day, and her song on 6 March.
Who is Katerine Duska?
Katerine's musical style channels the dark sonic timbres of Lykke Li and Jessie Ware and her trademark soulful rasp has earned her comparisons to Amy Winehouse.
In 2016 her acclaimed debut album Embodiment was released and she has collaborated and shared the stage with many artists while performed in prestigious venues and festivals across Europe.
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Katerine Duska’s song
Better Love is written by Greek singer-songwriter Leon of Athens, Scottish singer-songwriter David Sneddon, and Katerine Duska herself. It is a song that refers to the eternal quest for a higher love, one that is deep, unconditional and unapologetic. Katerine herself explains: “I wanted to write a song that would sound like an invitation, feel like an embrace. A tender song with a fighting spirit about a word we profusely use, but rarely actually mean. It really is the way to love, whomever you love.”
Greece at Eurovision 2018
Last year, Greece failed to qualify for the Grand Final. Yianna Terzi received 81 points for her song Oniro Mou and placed 14th in the first Semi-Final in Lisbon.
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