Greece: Katerine Duska's "Better Love" for Eurovision 2019 released

The Greek broadcaster ERT has just released Katerine Duska's song for Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv: "Better Love". Listen to the song here

The Greek-Canadian Katerine Duska was announced as the Greek representative at Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv. This was announced in February by the Greek broadcaster, ERT, after months of speculations and rumours.

Tonight the Katerine's song Better Love was officially released, as part of a program event held by ERT. During the presentation, the CEO of ERT, Ioannis Drosos, said that Katerine Duska is not just going to Eurovision to get a good result, but to win!

Better Love is written by David Sneddon, Leon of Athens and Katerine Duska herself.

She also revealed that her performance in Tel Aviv will be true Girl Power, as she will be joined by female dancers and singers on the stage.

Katerine Duska

Katerine was born and raised in Montreal, Canada, and moved to Greece as a teenager. She currently lives in Athens, where she has been studying law at the Kapodistrian Univeristy.

She started singing and writing songs during her teenage years. Her voice is described as warm and soulful. In 2014 she released the song "One in a million", and in 2015 she released her debut album, "Embodiment", with songs written by herself and the Swedish singer-songwriter Albin Lee Meldau.

The ERT Working Group sees Duska as a singer with a special voice, which is highlighted by the compositions and lyrics she signs herself. She also represents a modern musical stream that does not reproduce industrial stereotypes. On the contrary, it assimilates, in a personal way, the influences of the different societies, in which she grew up.

Greece in Eurovision Song Contest

Greece 2005: Helena Paparizou - "My Number One"

Greece started its Eurovision adventure back in 1974, and has been participating in the contest 39 times until now.

They won Eurovision Song Contest in 2005 with the song "My Number One" performed by Helena Paparizou. Since the victory they have been very successful in Eurovision.

Greece 2005: Helena Paparizou - "My Number One"

Greece has qualified for the Grand Final 13 out of 15 times (only missed the Grand Final in 2016 and 2018). Well done Greece! Since 2004 they have finished in top-10 nine out of 15 times. They never finished last in the contest.

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