That Eurovision Site was on the ground at London Eurovision Party. We got to interview several Eurovision artists past and present. One artist we got to speak to was Austria’s LUM!X and Pia Maria. They talk to Rosie about how their collaboration came about, their feelings about representing their country at such a young age, and confirm that Pia Maria is indeed real and not a hologram.
They also try not to get distracted by Citi Zēni throughout the interview!
About LUM!X and Pia Maria
According to his last.fm bio, Austrian DJ LUM!X is one of the fastest rising stars in the dance and electronic music industry. His most successful track “Monster” is already certified Platinum three times. DJ LUM!X’s music has also already received over half a billion streams, making him regarded as one of the most successful download artists of recent times.
Pia Maria has been writing her own music since she was 16 years old. She is from Innsbruck in Austria. As well as being a singer and songwriter, she is also a trained make-up artist.
Listen to LUM!X and Pia Maria’s song Halo on streaming services
Listen to all Eurovision 2022 songs on Spotify
You can listen to all 40 Eurovision 2022 songs on Spotify by checking out our Eurovision 2022 playlist.
Austria’s history at Eurovision
Despite making their debut in the second ever Eurovision Song Contest, Austria has had a checkered history at the competition. Their first entry came in 1957, with Bob Martin’s “Wohin, kleines Pony?” – finishing in last place with 3 points. Austria would later go on to score two wins at the Contest – first 1966 and most recently in 2014 with Conchita Wurst’s “Rise Like a Phoenix”.
In 2021, Vincent Bueno represented Austria in Rotterdam with his song “Amen”. Performing in the second semi-final, Austria finished 12th in a field of 17. At the close of voting, Vincent Bueno received 66 points
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