🇲🇪 Vladana Vučinić’s song for Eurovision 2022 “Breathe” revealed

🇲🇪 Vladana Vučinić’s song for Eurovision 2022 “Breathe” revealed

Vladana Vučinić who was previously announced as Montenegro’s representative for Eurovision 2022 has revealed her song “Breathe”. The song premiered on the Eurovision Youtube channel. This is Montenegro’s first entry following on from a two year break.

At the time of writing Vladana has already confirmed her presence at two pre parties, Melfest WKND taking place on March 11th and also the Barcalona Eurovision Party which is taking place on March 26th.

Everything we know about Vladana Vučinić’s “Breathe”

“Breathe” is a deeply personal track for Vladana Vučinić. She already opened up earlier on Instagram how the song was inspired by a recent tragedy in her family. To help the strong message of the song resonate beyond the Balkans, she has decided to sing the song in English. The song will combines elements of pop and ballad. Asked why she wanted to return to Eurovision after taking part in National Finals in 2005 and 2006, Vladana stated that she wanted to present her message to as many people as possible. Vladana also revealed that she hasn’t planned her staging yet, but could reveal that she plans to wear something avant-garde on stage.

Listen to “Breathe” on streaming platforms

Spotify

Apple Music

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Montenegro’s Eurovision Story

Before Montenegro announced its return to the Eurovision Song Contest for 2022, Montenegro had a scattered appearance at the competition.

There has been a Montenegrin presence at the Eurovision Song Contest as far back as 1983, when the nation was a part of Yugoslavia. Montenegrin entries went on to represent Yugoslavia in 1983 and 1984, placing 4th and 18th respectively. Similarly, the nation also sent an entry as part of Serbia and Montenegro in 2005, placing 7th with No Name’s “Zauvijek moja”.

As an independent nation, Montenegro debuted in 2007 with Steven Faddy’s “Ajde, kroci”. This began a string of non-qualifications, until their first appearance in a Grand Final in 2014. Montenegro’s best result came in 2015 with Knez’s “Adio”, scoring 44 points and placing 13th. Their most recent appearance in the Contest was in 2019, when D-mol finished in 16th place in the semi-final with 46 points.

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News Source: RTCG

Photo Source: RTCG / Aleksandra Jović

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