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  • Writer's pictureDale Roberts

Electric Fields will represent Australia at Eurovision 2024 with ‘One Milkali (One Blood)’

Image credit: SBS / Nick WIlson

SBS and production partner Blink TV have announced that Electric Fields is Australia’s Eurovision 2024 representative. 

The duo of Zaachariaha Fielding and Michael Ross will perform ‘One Milkali (One Blood).’

The song includes the Indigenous language Yankunytjatjara, the first time a dialect of Australia’s First People will feature at the Contest. 

SBS states that "One Milkali" loosely translates to "One Blood" and that “It is their dream for a world where we are all united.”

Electric Fields finished runner-up behind Kate Miller-Heidke at the inaugural ‘Eurovision - Australia Decides’ in 2019 with their song ‘2000 and Whatever.’

They are relishing their opportunity to compete in Malmö.

“We are buzzed with euphoria at our chance to share this music with the world. Our music comes from the deepest place in both of us and Eurovision is the most exciting opportunity to bring together our cultures and share the joy of our global connection,” they said. 

SBS Head of Entertainment Emily Griggs said:

“Electric Fields are set to captivate Europe with their genre-defying music. By blending catchy beats with a beautiful sentiment, they have crafted an uplifting dance anthem ‘One Milkali (One Blood)’. With their unparalleled passion and infectious energy SBS is proud to have Electric Fields amplify Australian voices and leave audiences yearning for more."

While Director of Blink TV and Australia’s Creative Director for Malmö Paul Clarke said: “Since hearing their brilliant song 2000 And Whatever, we have always had our eye on Electric Fields for Eurovision. They came close to winning E-AD back then, but they are far stronger a few years down the track. Electric Fields will bring something never seen before on the Eurovision stage. They will be deadly in Malmö!”

Although they haven’t performed on the Eurovision stage before, they have featured in the broadcast.

In 2019 the pair were the spokespeople delivering Australia’s jury points. 

Australia will perform in semi-final 1 on Tuesday 7 May which is the morning of Wednesday 8 May down under. 

If they qualify for the final they will compete on Saturday 11 May (Sunday 12 May in Australia). 

Electric Fields are not the only Australians at Eurovision this year, with 17-year-old Sydneysider Silia Kapsis competing for Cyprus. 

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