Montenegro 2019: All you need to know about D Moll and their entry “Heaven”
Montenegro this year chose its Eurovision 2019 entry via “Montevizija 2019”, the Montenegrin national final organised by RTCG. Among 5 contestants the group D-Moll won the national final with their entry “Heaven” and will be flying the Montenegrin flag at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv.
A few words about D-Moll
D Moll is a vocal pop and R&B group made up of the six members Tamara Vujačić, Mirela Ljumić, Ivana Obradović, Rizo Feratović, Emel Franca and Željko Vukčević. They are all young between 16 and 21 years old. The band was created just this year within the private music school of Daniel Alibabic, ex member of the group No Name that had participated at Eurovision 2005 in Kiev, with the song Zauvijek Moja and came 7th.
The entry “Heaven”
The musicians behind Montenegro’s entry, Heaven, are Adis Eminić and Dejan Božović, while the song is written entirely in English, which is something that is happening for the 5th time in the country’w Eurovision history. The other four times the country was represented by a song entirely in English were in 2009 (Andrea Demirovic – Just Get Out of My Life), in 2012 (Rambo Amadeus – Euro Neuro), in 2016 (Highway – The Real Thing) and in 2017 (Slavko Kalezić – Space). Neither of these past participants managed to qualify to the final.
D mol‘s winning entry of Montevizija 2019 “Heaven” has been revamped and now features also violinist Vili Ferdinandi. The accompanying music video was filmed at various locations throughout Montenegro including Podgorica, the old and small town of Stari Bar and Ulcinj, a town on the southern coast of Montenegro famous for its Long Beach, Ada Bojana Island and its ancient castle. The music video also features violinist Vili Ferdinandi and pupils from Žabljaka, a small town in northern Montenegro in the centre of the Durmitor mountain region. It is the highest situated town of the Balkans.
Lyrics of “Heaven”
The Eurovision Story so far
Montenegro made its debut in the contest in 2007 as an independed country. It particpated until 2010 when it decided to withdraw due to financial reasons. In 2012 the country made its Eurovision comeback. In 2014 Sergej Ćetković and his song Moj svijet represented the country and achieved for the first time to qualify to the Grand final, ending in 19th place. One year later Knez with his entry Adio scored the country’s best result by finishing 13th in the Grand final. In 2017 Slavko Kalezić, finished 16th in the semi final with the song Space.