ith the finals taking place in Paris on December 19th, Ireland’s entry this morning launches his campaign for Junior Eurovision 2021.
And the first step for Greystones’ Maiú Levi Lawlor is to unleash The Song.
Going live at 11am this morning, Saor (meaning disappear) was written especially for the finals by Niall Mooney, and for the young Greystones singer, it’s a dream come true. And then some.
“Loving music all my life, to be representing Ireland at the Junior Eurovision is just crazy,” he laughs. “Ever since winning the final on TG4, I’ve been living in a dream. And to have the song finally released this morning, it makes it all feel that little bit more real.”
Available on Spotify and YouTube, you can catch the song below.
“It would be great if people give Saor a listen,” says Maiú, who has had his bags packed for about three weeks now. “And when the final is broadcast live on TG4 on December 19th, it would be great if people vote for the song too.
“It’s about time Ireland took back the Eurovision. From Dana to Father Ted, it’s part of our musical heritage…”
Now, go check out our October 2021 interview with Maiu here.
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