It has been several weeks since the national broadcaster for Austria, ORF released the name of the artist that would be representing them at this years Eurovision. Paenda was the artist announced, and now ORF have given more details on the song itself.
The official song will be called "Limits", and will be released on March 8th 2019. The Austrian broadcaster has announced further details, saying that the song will be premiered in a special press conference at 10am on the above date. The song will also be played on Ö3-Wecker radio programme later that day. Check out the Eurovoxx reaction to the artist announcement below:
Just like in previous years, the broadcaster has opted for an internal selection, which has proven to be successful. Conchita Wurst won in 2014, and every other act they have sent have all managed to qualify for the final. Including last year's singer Cesár Sampson who won the jury vote, and came third over all.
The singer has given hints about the song where she has posted small sections of the vocals to her Instagram account. It is expected that "Limits" will be an eclectic mix of electro-pop, something which the singer has become synonymous for. She also reportedly said of the song that "Limits" is an,
"atmospherically charged electronic pop ballad"
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