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Armenia 2023: More info about Brunette’s stage outfit and she releases new music

Last week we saw Brunette during Eurovision in Concert 2023 in Amsterdam, and today there was news to announce about Brunette’s Eurovision outfit. Next to this, Armenia’s Brunette has released new music.

In the contest of 2023 in Liverpool Brunette will sing the avantgarde RnB song, “Future Lover”.

Dource: Official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel, Brunette – Future Lover (2023)

About Brunette’s Eurovision outfit

The designer of Brunette’s outfit is Narek Jhangiryan; he had disclosed that Brunette’s outfit is inspired by Armenia’s culture and heritage. In this regard, the belt will be the focus point of Brunette’s outfit, because it is also the focal point of the clothing of ancient Armenians. The dress that Brunette will wear has a metallic detail on her heart, because Brunette’s song has the lyrics “her heart caught in chains”. The upper part of the dress is inspired by the monument of “Mother Armenia”.

In short: Brunette’s dress will reflect her complex state of mind, which she also sing in her Eurovision song, “Future Lover”. Inner panic binds her and her dress has a sense of blocking her movement. Next to this, her pants do allow free movement and are all about Armenian monuments. The colours of the outfit are very minimalistic.

Brunette releases new music

Right before traveling to Liverpool to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 Brunette releases new music. She released two new songs: “Arevin mot” (trans. “Close to the sun”), and “Dimak” (trans. “Mask”). During a showcase of her two new songs, Brunette also sang a new version of her Eurovision entry, “Future Lover”.

Source: Official Brunette YouTube channel, Brunette – Future Lover (2023)

Eurovision 2023

Armenia’s Brunette will perform second in Semi-final 2 on May 11th 2023.

The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will take place on May 9th, 11th, and 13th 2023 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. 37 countries will compete for the crown. This year’s Eurovision Song Contest will be a joint venture, since last year’s winner Ukraine cannot organize the contest on home soil because of the ongoing war with Russia.


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