Sunstroke Project have today met with the President of Moldova, Igor Dodon ahead of their promotional for Eurovision 2017.
Sunstroke Project this years Moldovan entrants in the Eurovision Song Contest, traveled to Chisinau to meet with the President of the Republic of Moldova. The group met with Mr Dodon and discussed their promotional tour around Europe ahead of their participation in Eurovision 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine. It was revealed during the meeting that their promotional tour will be supported by the NGO Iubesc Moldova and the President of Moldova.
The events that Sunstroke Project will be performing at ahead of Eurovision 2017 are:
- Israel Calling – Tel Aviv – April 5
- Eurovision in Concert – Amsterdam – April 8
- Eurovision Spain Preview Party – Madrid – April 15
- Moscow Eurovision Party – Moscow – April 21
Since winning O Melodie Pentru Europa 2017, Sunstroke Project have traveled across Europe promoting their song for this years Eurovision Song Contest. Before today’s meeting with the Ukrainian president the group has already traveled to Greece, Romania, Estonia and Lithuania, appearing at national selections and on local media.
Sunstroke Project last participated in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2010 alongside Olia Tira, they qualified for the final with “Runaway” but finished 22nd. Since then they have attempted to represent Moldova at the contest on a further three occasions. In 2015 they narrowly missed out on returning the contest finishing 3rd in the national final.
You can watch the official music video for “Hey Mamma!” below:
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Moldova debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005 when the contest was last held in Kyiv, Ukraine. In 2005 Moldova debuted in the contest alongside Bulgaria, while that year Hungary also returned to the contest having been absent since 1998. Moldova is currently in its worse run of results in their history in the contest, having failed to make the final since 2013. At the 2016 contest in Stockholm, the country finished 17th in their semi-final scoring a total of 33 points.