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Austria: Vincent Bueno's Song for Eurovision 2020 released – Listen to "Alive"

Vincent Bueno will represent Austria at Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with his song "Alive". Listen to the song here

In December it was announced that the Austrian-Filipino Vincent Bueno will be representing Austria at Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song Alive. Vincent was internally selected by the Austrian broadcaster ORF.

Today his song Alive premiered on the Austrian morning show "Ö3-Wecker" on Ö3 Hitradio.

Austria 2020: Vincent Bueno – "Alive"

The song Alive, written by Vincent Bueno, is a R&B and funk song, and is about setting free and becoming alive by leaving your ego behind. The song goes through a change in both content and music until it culminates in the final statement: "Alive again".

Vincent worked on this song with David "Davey" Yang, Felix van Göns and Artur Aigner, who are young up-and-coming producers and composers in the Austrian music scene.

Vincent Bueno

Vincent Bueno is a 34-year-old singer and songwriter who is based in Vienna, Austria. He has Filipino roots and is a father of two daughters.

He started his career with 16 by graduating in Music and Performing Arts with a degree in Musical Theatre at the Vienna Conservatory of Music.

Since then he has won the Austrian singing competition “Musical – The Show” in 2008 and charted with his song Party Hard in the Philippines in 2011 and starred in various musicals.

Vincent is no stranger to Eurovision. He participated in the Austrian selection for Eurovision 2016 with the song All We Need Is That Love but finished outside the top 3. At Eurovision 2017 Vincent Bueno was one of the backings for Nathan Trent's Running On Air.

Vincent Bueno tells about the creation of "Alive":

– The song has had a very long journey and got a good push in the final sprint. This time I worked with very young producers and composers (David "Davey" Yang, Felix van Göns and Artur Aigner), who will definitely be involved in the Austrian music scene in the future. During the creation of the song, everyone in the team was able to experience how much the song had developed when everyone involved freed himself from his ego and was open to one another.

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About the author: Selina Föller (Germany)

Selina is a 23-year-old student from Germany. Her first memory of Eurovision is Lordi's victory in 2006 but it wasn't until after Alexander Rybak's "Fairytale" that she slowly was drawn into the Eurovision bubble.
Her favourite country in Eurovision is Italy.



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