FYROM: “Lost and Found” by Eye Cue went public

FYROM: “Lost and Found” by Eye Cue went public

As we are approaching March 12th, the deadline  for the countries to announce their ESC  2018 entry, FYROM revealed its entry for the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest. Despite the financial problems that the National broadcaster of FYROM faced , putting in danger this year’s participation and after reaching a settlement with EBU, FYROM revealed not long ago that it will be represented on Altice Arena stage by the band Eye Cue and the song “Lost and Found“.

Before a while, as it was announced on February 28th, the  country’s entry was officially  released and you can listen to it below:

The band from the Balkan country was selected among 300 entries that were submitted at MRTV. A panel of experts chose “Lost and found”  considering it was the most complete song for the country’s representation. Producer of the song is Darko Dimitrov. Darko is also the composer of this year’s Serbian entry, “Nova Deca” performed by  Sanja Ilic & Balkanika.

Fotis Kourouvanis

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