Victoria Drops “Alright” Music Video

After all the tears have gone sober and the we’re looking forward for the next edition of the Eurovision song contest in Rotterdam, the Bulgarian act “Victoria Georgieva” keeps us anticipating for her next ESC entry to come as she releases the music video for her next single “Alright”.

Talking about the new song Victoria shares:

Alright was written in Bulgaria during an Eurovision songwriting camp in January. We were quite tired from the long sessions and we just wanted to take a little break. Together with Sanne Österberg, Cornelia Wiebois, Martin Masarov and Borislav Milanov we wrote it in few hours. I cried the night we recorded it. I can’t wait to share it with the world.

“Alright” music video was filmed in cities of Burgas and Primorsko, two of the most visited cities on the Black Sea coast in Bulgaria. and working on the new video is the same “Four Elementz” team who were behind the “Tears Getting Sober” video.

Lyrics:

Tongue tied,
I’m trynna’ find words to say,
something that’s real
Thought I, could fit in a place like this,
not what it seems

I’m a little worried
Everyone is hurrying
Missing half the things that we have done
Isn’t it a cold world?
Lost a little hope but,
Hoping that it’s gonna be alright

I’ve tried to hide in myself
But it’s a lost game,
Running through a cold rain
I’ve tried to fight like a
Bottle in a sea wave
Thought I was insane

But it’ll be alright
Know that everything is gonna be alright
cause everything around me is gonna be alright

Fake smiles
It doesn’t feel real to me
Why can’t you see, it’s not that hard
To lose yourself in a pool full of tears

I’ve tried to hide in myself
But it’s a lost game,
Running through a cold rain
I’ve tried to fight like a
Bottle in a sea wave
Thought I was insane

But it’ll be alright
Know that everything is gonna be alright
cause everything around me is gonna be alright

Vision got blurry
I close my eyes
Maybe when I wake up
It will be fine

I’ve tried to hide in myself
But it’s a lost game,
Running through a cold rain
I’ve tried to fight like a
Bottle in a sea wave
Thought I was insane

But it’ll be alright
Know that everything is gonna be alright
cause everything around me is gonna be alright

As Victoria was one of the favorite artists to win cancelled 2020 Eurovision Song Contest, the Bulgarian network BNT were one of the first to confirm that Victoria will represent them in 2021 as well!

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I am so proud to represent #Bulgaria at #Eurovision 2021! 🇧🇬 I am grateful to @eurovision.bg and @lignagroup for believing in me and giving me a second chance and to @icard.digital.wallet for supporting me! Congratulations to @blascanto_es, @gjon.s_tears, @efendi_music, @jeangu_macrooy, @stefania_, @hooverphonicoff, @go_a_band and @tornike_kipiani_official, who will also represent their countries at Eurovision 2021! I hope all other fellow 2020 artists will also be allowed by their broadcasters to have their time to shine on the Eurovision stage in 2021. Today is a bittersweet day – I can’t hide that the decision to not allow us to use our 2020 songs made me really sad. Tears Getting Sober is the first project where I had such a big role – from the songwriting to the concepts for the music video and the staging. Many people have invested endless hours in this project and we will all need some time to deal with this decision. On the bright side – I am looking forward to perform live around Europe soon and to meet you all! Can’t wait to share my new music with you through the spring and the summer and hopefully release my first EP in September! And don’t forget about my online concert on 28 March at 19 CET on eurovision.icard.com 🎤 Love you all, stay safe! #iCardEurovisionBG #OpenUp ——————————————————————— Photography by: @loramusheva 🖤

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