Peter Boström the composer and producer of “Tattoo”, the song that won this year’s Eurovision, is currently in the studio alongside the Greek composer Dimitri Stassos and they are making a song for Marina Satti for Eurovision 2024, which will be submitted to ERT in the following days, as we can now exclusively reveal to you! Read more
Earlier today Athena Manoukian released her new song “Gone”, written by Dimitri Stasso.
As she states in a comment below the video clip of the song on YouTube;
“Gone is a song referring to the feeling of loss of a favourite person. It expresses overwhelming feelings with detailed thoughts and descriptions”
She also adds that
“It’s devoted to all the victims of Tempi, the tragic fact that happened in Greece with the crash of two trains”
Below you can listen to “Gone”
Athena Manoukian was due to represent Armenia in the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest, which was eventually cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the song “Chains On You”.
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Two more Greek composers who joined forces this year in the national final of Moldova, will continue their collaboration, aiming to reach Eurovision 2021, having in their company this time another composer-surprise, with a long history in the contest!
Greek-Swedish Dimitris Stassos and Germany-based Nikos Sofis, after their successful attempt last year in the national final of Moldova, decided to try again together, in another country, since as it is known, Moldova will be represented again by Natalia Gordienko.
The Greek duo of creators will have the contribution of another well-known composer, with history and success in the contest. His/her name is not yet announced, but according to our exclusive information, they have already prepared their proposal for Eurovision 2021.
A few words about D. Stassos- N. Sofis
Dimitris Stassos lives permanently in Sweden with an important career there. He has twice competed as a composer at Eurovision. For the first time with Spain in 2009 and La Noche Es Para Mi by Soraya and in 2012 with Greece and Aphrodisiac by Eleftheria Eleftheriou.
Nikos Sofis is a lyricist based in Germany and in recent years has participated in several national finals in various countries (Moldova, Belarus, Poland, Iceland, Switzerland, Romania, etc.). Six of his participations reached the final of Moldova, with his best position till now the second place in 2018!
Let’s remember their participation in this year’s Moldovan national final, Die For You with Catarina Sandu where she took fourth place: