Spain: Listen to a snippet of “Amanecer”!

The Spanish entry for Eurovision 2015 is ready!

Edurne has finished recording “Amanecer and you can now listen to a snippet here. The official video will be shot in the coming days and the entry is expected to be presented sooner than later.

The Spanish singer will perform “Amanecer” written by Tony Sánchez-Olhsson, Thomas G:sson and Peter Boström ; Tony Sánchez-Olhsson and Thomas G:sson have already composed other Eurovision entries like “Quédate Conmigo” (2012) performed by Pastora Soler in Baku, “I Love you my Vida” (2007) (D’Nash) and the last year’s runner-up “Más” (Run). On the other hand, Thomas G:sson and Peter Boström were the composers of the Eurovision 2012 winning entry “Euphoria” by Loreen.


29 year-old Edurne García Almagro was born in Madrid and she has been singing since she was a child. Edurne became popular when she took part in the fourth season of the talent show “Operación Triunfo” (2005) which was the Spanish national selection for Eurovision the first three seasons. This talented artist competed in the same edition as Soraya, who represented Spain at Eurovision back in 2009 with “La Noche es Para mí”.

Since then, she has published five studio albums, many singles and she has also been the voice of the Spanish musical tour “Grease” releasing the official soundtrack. Moreover, she has taken part in TV shows like “¡Más que Baile!”, TV dance contest were she placed second, and the Spanish version of “Your Face Sounds Familiar” 2014 (Tu Cara me Suena) where she became the winner.

The last months, Edurne has been hosting the magazine “Todo va Bien” (Everything’s alright) aired on Cuatro TV but she left the program a few days ago “to be 100% involved into this new musical project”.In the coming months, the Spanish singer will record her 6th album which will be produced by Tony Sánchez-Olhsson. The faces behind some past Spanish entries: “I Love you my Vida” (2007), “Quédate Conmigo” (2012) and the last year’s runner-up “Más” (Run).



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