Listen to Mia and Dion “Burning Daylight”

The Dutch broadcaster AVROTROS have finally revealed their cards for Liverpool and release the its song for Eurovision2023

Burning Daylight” the Dutch entry to be preformed by Mia &Dion was first released tonight on the official AVROTROS YouTube page and will drop on the official Eurovision channel 15 min later

On the 1st of November 2022, it has been revealed that Mia Nicolai and Dion Cooper will raise the Netherlands’s flag at Eurovision 2023. The duo was internally selected to represent the country.
Their song for Eurovision 2023 was heavily rumored to carry the name “Chasing Highs”.

The writers behind the songs are: Dion Cooper, Mia Nicolai, Duncan Laurence (Eurovision 2019 winner) and Jordan Garfield.

In an official press release, the duet talked about the meaning of the song

What makes us human?
We all know life can be tough. It can feel impossible, draining and lonely.
But we’re not alone.
We’re more the same than we are different.
If we can let go of what doesn’t serve us and grow from it as individuals and as a society, then we can create a world that’s rooted in love, connection and expression.
A world that everyone has a place in.
We can build a new life by learning from our past and focusing on a new and brighter future.
Here’s to that future.

About Mia and Dion

Dion Cooper is a 28-year-old. He has dreamed of being a musician since the age of 4.
He mentioned Toto, The Beatles, and Jimi Hendrix as his biggest influences in music.

In 2021, he released his debut single “Too Young, Too Dumb”:

Mia Nicolai is 26 years old. She started taking piano lessons at the age of 3.
Mia states drama, ballet, music, and storytelling are her biggest passions in life.
David Bowie is one of her favorite musicians.
Mia has lived in Melbourne, London, Mexico, New York, and LA  in recent years.

Her debut single is “Set Me Free”

The Netherlands will compete in the second half of semi-final 1 at Eurovision 2023.
Don’t forget to visit our full guide to Eurovision 2023: Our Eurovision 2023 homepage

I've started to follow Eurovision back in 1987 while I was only 4 years old. Ever since that night, Eurovision became my biggest passion. I created ESCBEAT to make sure that Eurovision music will stay forever and built the biggest Eurovision archive exist on streaming platforms

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