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Junior Eurovision 2019 | Spain releases the official video of 'Marte'

October 11, 2019

Spain released its Junior Eurovision song a week ago. During these days, we have known more details about the song and its environmental message. Today, RTVE has released the oficial video of 'Marte', the song that Melani will sing on the Junior Eurovision stage next November.

 

'Marte' ('Mars') has been defined as an anthem in defence of the oceans, a global appeal to care for them. Melani is sure that, although the song is in Spanish, the video will help raise awareness of the importance of caring for the environment. The young singer explains to RTVE cameras:

 

“I don’t want that this be just a typical song, I want my message arrives to a lot of people and to raise awareness of how necessary to recycle is. At least, I hope people try it. It is not difficult. With small actions, all together, we can save the planet.”

 

 

The video has been filmed entirely in Valencia, Melani’s hometown. During the filming, the Spanish singer collected plastics on the beach of Cullera. "I was careful plastics didn't be blown by the wind and to dirty the sea", she tells. The other location of the video is L'Oceanogràfic, the largest aquarium in Europe, located in Valencia too and where different marine habitats are represented.

 

Do you like the video of 'Marte'? What do you think of Melani's chances in Junior Eurovision? Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

 

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