Eurovision 2023: Australia's Voyager hit the studio lab with a remix of 'Promise'
Australia's Eurovision 2023 band Voyager have put on their lab coats and hit the studio laboratory to deliver a remix of their Eurovision entry 'Promise'.
The Progressive House Remix of 'Promise' premiered as part of the Eurovision YouTube series 'Eurovision... A Little Bit More' with the second episode being uploaded today.
Episode two also features Sweden's Loreen with an acoustic version of 'Tattoo', Ukraine's Tvorchi with a remix of 'Heart of Steel', Greece's artist Victor Vernicos with a cover of ABBA's 'The Winner Takes It All' and more!! Check out the hour long full episode here.
The first episode of the series premiered last week and also featured Voyager where they covered Andrew Lambrou's Eurovision entry for Cyprus, 'Break a Broken Heart'.
Australia's own Andrew Lambrou who is representing Cyprus and competed in 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' last year along with Voyager also featured in the episode last week with a cover of Serbia's Eurovision 2007 winning song 'Molitva'. Check it out here.
Voyager just wrapped up a huge Eurovision tour across Europe which saw them perform in Madrid at the PrePartyES23, in Amsterdam for 'Eurovision In Concert' and in London for the 'London Eurovision Party'. This week they performed a SOLD OUT headline show in London, supported by UK progressive metal band Ihlo.
Voyager will be competing for Australia at Eurovision in semi-final 2 on May 11 (European time) in Liverpool.
'Promise' (Progressive House Remix) will be available on all music streaming services and for download tomorrow. Pre-save the remix right now!
Find out more about each of the band members in a Q&A series we did with each individual member.
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