Little Big is set to expand to six members for Eurovision 2020, as two additional singers join the group for Rotterdam.
Speaking on NRJ Radio this afternoon Little Big revealed that they will be joined by two additional singers for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Florida Chanturia and Yuriy Muzychenko will be joining Little Big for their performance in Rotterdam. Florida is the lead vocalist of the russian rock back Leningrad, while Yuriy is the lead singer of The Hatters.
Little Big are revealing their entry for Eurovision 2020 this evening on Vecherniy Urgant on Channel One. The title of the song that Little Big will perform for Russia in Rotterdam has not yet been announced. The group were internally selected by Channel One to represent Russia at the Eurovision Song Contest.
Who are Little Big?
The band is made up of four members, Ilya Prusikin, Sonya Tayurskaya, Anton Lissov and Sergey Makarov. The group found in 2013 and self-proclaimed punk-pop-rave band, with three albums and nine singles.
Little Big was found in St Petersburg, Russia and have been known for their songs such as Skibidi in 2016 and I’m OK in 2019.
Source: Radio NRJ
Russia debuted in Eurovision in 1994 and has gone on to be one of the most successful countries in the contest. Since the mid-00s Russia has had a string of strong results including their first and only victory in 2008. Dima Bilan won the contest in Belgrade, Serbia with the song “Believe” taking the contest to Moscow in the following year. Russia failed to qualify for a final for the first time in 2018 when they finished 15th with 65 points.