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Thursday, 28 February 2013 18:00

Malta: Positive Acclaim for 'Tomorrow'

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Tomorrow, co-written by Dean Muscat and Boris Cezek with vocals provided by Gianluca will be representing Malta in the upcoming edition of the Eurovision Song Contest taking place in Sweden and like all of the representatives in recent years will have to face the task of the semi-final first and foremost. This years' track is considered to be a strong one in international communities who have somewhat been praising the staging of the song for keeping it simple and just giving a performance which is worth watching. In recent days, the lyric video created by Duane Laus has been receiving a lot of positive feedback having even reached more than 20,000 views in less than 48 hours.

Foreign websites such as esckaz have been in contact with songwriter Boris Cezek, running a profile and a background check which has of course unveiled his Serbian heritage, so much so that it has been noted in several Serbian newspapers such as Blic and Politika amongst others. One has to denote that this will all be worth it in the long run especially should Malta manage to qualify to the final, which is always a stern test but extremely possible due to the exposure and positive criticism that the track has been achieving. Within the next couple of days, Gianluca along with his manager; Peter Carbonaro will be heading to the Armenian final where our representative has been invited to perform. The eastern nation will be competing alongside Malta in the second semi-final and amongst there guests there will also be Esma & Lozano whose entry Imperija was revealed yesterday. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news.

Source: esckaz, escflashmalta.com


Last modified on Thursday, 28 February 2013 22:17