SBS, the Australian broadcast, has just announced another two acts that will battle for the honor to represent the Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam.
The third pair of artists announced today are Montaigne and Didirri.
Montaigne is a 24-year old Australian art-pop singer-songwriter. 3 months ago she released her second album “Complex” that received many praises by the press. on the album, she worked with a wide range of producers including Tony Buchen, Wynne Bennett, Kyle Shearer, Mozella, Dave Sitek and Mario Späte that worked in the past with the biggest artists in the music industry such as Dua Lipa, Madonna, One Direction, and, Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Singer-songwriter Didirri was born in the countryside town of Warrnambool. he began writing songs as a challenge to himself. his debut EP, “Measurements” collected over 30 million streams, and led to Didirri playing such renowned festivals as the UK’s The Great Escape and Latitude Festival. last month, Didirri was released his latest music video for “Blue Mood Rising”
Montaigne and Didirri join the previously announced acts for Australia Decides: Casey Donovan, Vanessa Amorosi, Mitch Tambo, and iOTA.
“Eurovision – Australia Decides” will take place over 2 nights from Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre and for the second time will be hosted by the comedian Joel Creasey and musician Myf Warhurst. the show dates are:
Jury Vote (Not televised) on Friday, February 7th, 7.30pm AEST
Public Vote and Winner Announced on Saturday, February 8th, 7.30pm AEST
In 2019, Kate Miller-Heidke was selected to sing “Zero Gravity” in Tel-Aviv and came 9th in the grand final.