Cypriot Australian Andrew Lambrou signs with Greek record label


Cypriot Australian Andrew Lambrou has signed with Greek record label, Panik Records, this week.

Lambrou signed with the label alongside CEO Giorgos Arsenakos on Wednesday.

The singer is currently in Europe to record his entry for the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest, where he will be representing Cyprus.

The Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyPB) first announced last month that Lambrou would be representing Cyprus in the song contest in Liverpool, the United Kingdom, next year.

At the time, Lambrou said he was “so thrilled to go on this journey.”

No song details have been released as yet for Lambrou’s appearance at Eurovision 2023.

But according to Eurovoix News, Lambrou will be working on his song alongside Eurovision-alumni Jimmy Jansson, Thomas Stengaard, Jimmy Thörnfeldt and Marcus Winther-Joh.

Source: Eurovoix News.




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