Cypriot Australian Andrew Lambrou releases Cyprus’ song entry for Eurovision


Cypriot Australian Andrew Lambrou has released Cyprus’ song entry Break A Broken Heart to perform at the Eurovision song contest this year.

The Sydney-based singer will be representing Cyprus at Eurovision in May in Liverpool, the United Kingdom. He signed with Greek record label, Panik Records, in November 2022.

Break A Broken Heart is written by Thomas Stengaard, Jimmy “Joker” Thörnfeldt, Jimmy Jansson and Marcus Winther-John.

The Eurovision entry song is about relationships and a broken heart, and how they can push us to rise from the ashes and come out stronger.

Lambrou recently flew to Greece to film the music video which is directed by Giorgos Benioudakis, who has worked with many Greek music artists.

Source: Aussievision

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