Greece: Listen to “What They Say” by Victor Vernicos!

The moment that every Greek eurofan waited for, is finally here! “What They Say”, Greece’s song for Eurovision 2023, by Victor Vernicos, was released just a while ago!

The video clip of“What They Say” premiered through the ERT’s show “Dio sti 1”. After the release of the videoclip on “Dio sti 1”, the song was directly available on the ERTflix platform. Later it was available on every music platform, while the videoclip can be watched on ERT’s YouTube account.

You can watch it in the video below:

Who is Victor Vernicos?

Victor Vernicos is a proposal of PANIK Records. As he mentioned the theme of his participation is human anxiety, while he characterized his song as a festive, atmospheric ballad.

Victor has been involved in music since he was 4 years old. He has taken vocal and guitar lessons, while he has also attended music technology seminars.

In 2021 he released his first song in which he wrote music, lyrics but also produced it himself. At the moment he is taking vocal and performance lessons with Nina Lotsari.

What do we know about Victor Vernicos’ song?

As Victor Vernicos told us, in an exclusive interview back in autumn, his song is an English ballad and can be characterized as emotional but also energetic.

The music video was directed by ERT Director, Giannis GeorgioudakisKostas Kalimeris, Steve Sovolos and vaggelis Gialamas, have all taken part in the production of the song.

The stage director of Greece for Eurovision 2023, will be Konstantinos Rigos. This will be his third time in the contest, having previously directed Loukas Yiorkas (Greece 2011) and Eleftheria Eleftheriou (Greece 2012).

What do you think about the Greek song for Eurovision 2023? Write us in the comments below!

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Greek participation at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, in Liverpool!

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