Cyprus: “Break A Broken Heart” by Andrew Lambrou for Eurovision 2023 has been released!

Through the morning show of RIK1, “A Beautiful Day” with Elpida Iakovidou, Cyprus‘ entry for Eurovision 2023, entitled Break A Broken Heart, was aired for the first time a while ago, with the multi-talented Andrew Lambrou as a performer.

In the first broadcast through the show, we had the opportunity to listen for the first time to the song that Andrew Lambrou will sing at the upcoming Eurovision, while immediately after and precisely at 9:00 CET the song was uploaded to PANIK’s YouTube channel and is of course available at all digital platforms (You can find the pre-purchase link here).

You can listen to Andrew Lambrou‘s “Break A Broken Heart” at the link below:


The Cypriot participation in Eurovision 2023 is signed by the following creators, all of them with extensive experience in the contest:

  • Thomas Stengaard : Denmark 2013, Germany 2018, Germany 2019, San Marino 2021, Cyprus 2021, Azerbaijan 2022
  • Jimmy “Joker” Thörnfeldt : Sweden 2021, San Marino 2021, Cyprus 2021
  • Jimmy Jansson : Denmark 2020
  • Marcus Winther-John : Andorra 2009

The video clip of the song was directed by Giorgos Benioudakis, as you read exclusively through our website, while Marvin Dietmann and Ross Nicholson will be responsible for Andrew Lambrou‘s stage presentation in Liverpool.

Break A Broken a Heart lyrics can be found in our related article.

Cyprus at the Eurovision Song Contest

This is Cyprus39th appearance in the contest, which is now the country with the most appearances without a win. The debut came in 1981 with Monika and an impressive sixth place. Until the end of the 90s, Cyprus very often managed to be in the top ten of the final standings. However, since 2004, when the semi-final system began, and until 2014, it managed to pass the semi-final stage, only on three occasions!

The above has changed drastically since 2015 and since then, with little Cyprus counting only appearances in the grand final of our favorite competition. The highlight, of course, was the second place in 2018 with Eleni Foureira and Fuego.

Last year, Cyprus was represented by Andromache, with the song Ela, without making it to the Final.

What do you think of the Cypriot participation in this year’s contest? Stay tuned for all the news regarding Cyprus at Eurovision.

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