The twice Russian Eurovision representative, Sergey Lazarev is back with a new music video of the track “Labirint” which is included in his last album entitled “Eto Ya”. 

Sergey remains talented and restless when it comes to music offering us continuous music proposals with his ongoing work. Following the release of the track ‘Posledniy Den’ Pompei’ the Russian superstar is treating us this time with the new music video of his song “Labirint” that is one of the songs in his last album “Eto ya”.

The song “Labirint” ( Maze) talks about the confusing situations we enter in our lives where we try to find the exit making circles while the solution often is out there and more simple to find.

“Walking in a circle, we’ve found ourselves in a labyrinth
We’ve found ourselves in a labyrinth and we won’t find the exit
Here, have my coat, we’ve found ourselves in a labyrinth
We’ve found ourselves in a labyrinth and we won’t find the exit”

The official music video that premiered yesterday was directed by Alexey Kupriyanov and feature a story that unwinds between Sergey himself and the female actress  Moskalenko Ksenia. The story is about a kind of bond between the two acts that try to meet each other in a bulding that resemble to a maze. The two of them seem to find each other by the end of the video.

Sergey’s Eurovision Story

Sergey Lazarev tried to participate at the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest when he competed in the Russian national final with his entry Flyer, but lost out to Dima Bilan who went on to represent Russia in Belgrade and gave Russia its 1st Eurovision victory.

In 2016 he was selected via an internal selection in order to fly the Russian flag at the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm with the entry You’re the only one and despite topping the televoting scoreboard he finished in the overall results in third place.

 

Sergey made a comeback to Eurovision and got a chance to perform on the Eurovision stage in Tel Aviv at Eurovision 2019 . His entry ‘Sream’ achieved one more honorable result for the Russia as he finished 3rd in the final.

Both Sergey’s Eurovision entries have been produced and composed by the so called Eurovision Dream Team ( Dimitris Kontopoulos, Philip Kirkorov, Fokas Evangelinos and Ilias Kokotos).