🇪🇸 The music video for “LOVIU” to be released on October 10

🇪🇸 The music video for “LOVIU” to be released on October 10

After the release of her entry last week, the wait for the music video for “LOVIU” is nearly over as RTVE reveals that this will be released tonight (October 10), and will air on Spanish Primetime TV.

Further information about Sandra’s participation revealed

The music video of “LOVIU” will be revealed during the airing of ‘Dúos Increíbles’ on La1, which will start at 22:40CEST. The music video was directed by Jimmy Llamas, whose aim was to show Sandra’s dreaming of travelling and seeing the world, with vintage aesthetics incorporated within the video.

During the filming for the music video of Spain’s Junior Eurovision 2023 entry, with RTVE releasing a behind-the-scenes look when it was recorded.

In addition to the music video, RTVE has also revealed that Vicky Gómez will be joining the team once again, as the choreographer for the music video, as well as the choreography for Spain’s staging in Nice after undertaking the same role in 2021 and 2022.

Listen to “LOVIU” on streaming platforms

You are able to listen to Spain’s Junior Eurovision 2023 entry on the following streaming platforms:


Apple Music

You are also able to listen to the Junior Eurovision 2023 entries which are available on streaming platforms by following our Spotify playlist

Spain’s Junior Eurovision Journey

Spain has taken part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest a total of 8 times, with their first participation coming in the first edition of the Contest in 2003. In the initial Contest, Spain was represented by Sergio singing “Desde el cielo”, and at the close of voting Spain finished in second place, earning 125 points. Spain would go on to win the next edition of the show with María Isabel’s “Antes Muerte Que Sencilla”, finishing with 171 points.

Spain’s most recent participation was in 2022, when Carlos Higes represented the nation with his song “Señorita” in Yerevan. At the close of voting, Spain finished 6th in a field of 16 participants. Spain earned 137 points – 78 of which came from the online vote. The remaining 59 points were awarded by professional juries across Europe.

Are you excited for Junior Eurovision 2023? Will you be heading to Nice to attend the show? As always, please let us know what you think by getting involved in the comments below. Also, be sure to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Threads and Bluesky for more information about Junior Eurovision!

News Source: RTVE

Photo Credit: RTVE

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