MONTENERO – Four days before the departure to Tel Aviv, D-mol group members said they would do their best to present Montenegro in the best way and meet the expectations of this year’s Eurosong. Group “D-mol” will perform in Eurosong’s first semi-final evening – May 14th
“We are very excited. We will do our best to meet expectations, we are going in a positive spirit and we are trying to transfer that energy, “said Mirela Ljumić, adding that everyone is excited ahead of the trip to Eurosong.
They were already in Israel, where they recorded a postcard for the song “Heaven”, and they do not hide their enthusiasm.
“We really have wonderful impressions, we are thrilled and we hope that you will be delighted with the postcard we made,” said Tamara Vujačić.
The song was promoted in Amsterdam, Moscow and Madrid. “The unforgettable experience of many media and fans has given us the feeling of being on the Eurosong,” said Ivana Obradovic. They say that there is a lot of competition, especially in their group.
“It is most important for us to present our country as it fits. What will be the placement we will see, we hope for the best “, said Mirela.
Ivan Maksimovic recalls that Montenegrin representatives will perform the second half of the first semifinal on May 14. Out of 17 songs 10 goes to the finals. “I believe we will be at the stage in Tel Aviv at least twice,” said Ivan Maksimovic.
Rizo Fetahovic says they are confident and will do their best. Zeljko Vukcevic hopes for the best and says that D mol, he has already achieved great success. “We will do our best,” said Zeljko.
D-mole members did not reveal details of appearing in Tel Aviv, but said they would be different from what we saw in Montevideo. They point out, however, that the famous director Gorcin Stojanovic is in charge of the spectacular performance, while Stasa Stojanovic is in charge of choreography. Olivera Colovic is in charge of their styling.
Dejan Božović, a musician and arrangement for the song “Heaven”, says that the song was styled differently for Eurosong.
“We wanted to pack this ethical sound into more modern packaging. I think we did what we wanted. I hope the song will give a good impression to the Eurosong, “said Bozovic.
Members of the D-moll group are Tamara Vujacic (16) from Podgorica, Mirela Ljumic (17) from Podgorica, Ivana Obradovic (18) from Bijelo Polje, Rizo Feratovic (21) from Gusinje, Zeljko Vukcevic (19) from Podgorica, and Emil Franca (18) from Bijelo Polje.