[О] band presents song for Eurovision 2020 Ukraine’s National Selection.

[О] band


Ukrainian band [О] released its song for Eurovision 2020 Ukraine’s National Selection. The song’s name is “Where I Go.”

“We dedicated all our life to music and feel like we have now enough experience to present modern music in Ukrainian language. The song “Where I Go” says that every person has his/her own path, own unique lifestyle, destination and the star that lead the way. That is why every life is important and has its own purpose. But it is not a flashy manifest, it is a light dance composition with hints of African rhythms. We want it to make you smile, remember about your own star and that spring is really near,” the musicians said.

Ukrainian band [О] will perform in the first semifinal of the National Selection.

Earlier it was reported that On January 22, the draw of the semifinalists of Ukraine’s National Selection for Eurovision 2020 was held.

Related: Eurovision 2020: Who to participate in Ukrainian national selection

At the moment nine participants, GARNA, FO SHO, CLOUDLESS, Elina Ivashchenko, GIO, Oleksandr Poriadynsky, Go_A, David Axelrod and [O] have already presented their songs.

Related: Eurovision 2020: Semifinalists and third judge of Ukraine's National Selection announced

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