Another set of official clips are presented today from for countries. This post will be updated throughout the day. Here are the reports we gather all day long for the various video clips released across Europe.
RUSSIA 2013 by Ivan Kuritsyn (Russia)
Official video of Dina Garipova’s song has been presented today. 21-years young Tatar girl gave her first serious press-conference for one of russian news agencies. She wasn’t woman of hour there. Unfortunately Tutor Alexander Gradskiy, musical producer of “First Channel” Yuri Aksuta and CEO of “Universal Music Russia” Dmitry Konnov were stars of the day with their glamourous and pathos expressions. Main thing was the presentation of video which you can see below:
ICELAND 2013 by Fotis Konstantopoulos (Greece)
The Icelandic entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 revealed. Söngvakeppnin 2013 winner Eyþór Ingi Gunnlaugsson will perform the song “Ég á líf” in Icelandic and not in English language. It will be the first time since 1997 the Icelandic song to be performed in the native language.
SAN MARINO 2013
Earlier than expected SMRTV released the official clip for San Marino 2013. Crisalide will be performed in Malmoe, by Valentina Monetta who represented the same country in 2012 Eurovision Song Contest edition. The composer of the song is Ralph Siegel. Those of you who might be interested in that song you can listen to it below.
The video-clip is set around the story in the song. The filming of the video took place in several open air locations in Malta including Valletta, Floriana and Rabat. ‘Tomorrow’ is written and composed by Boris Cezek and Dean Muscat. Gianluca will represent Malta during the second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Malmo on Thursday 16th May 2013. The song which has recently been re-mastered, together with the new official music video will be presented to the European Broadcasting Union next week during the Head Of Delegation meeting where the exact running order of both semi-finals will be decided.