Maltese song for JESC to be revealed tomorrow

The Maltese Delegation has announced today that Federica Falzon – Malta’s JESC 2014 representative – will premiere her long-anticipated song “Diamonds” at noon tomorrow. The premiere will take place in her school – St Benedict’s College – one of the sixteen schools in Malta which will play a role in the Schools events during the week of Junior Eurovision.

The broadcast will be streamed live and directly from Federica’s school. The launch will be available at http://www.tvm.com.mt/live/tvm-2/.

The video clip of the launch will be available on the YouTube channel immediately after the presentation. “The video is about this ambitious imaginative girl who reaches her visions. The style is surreal, abstract and creative. It takes place in two different locations. The first location shows Federica in a white room. This room represents the girl’s mind. The second location is at the beach; which is where the girl was looking for her dreams,” read a press release by the Maltese national broadcaster PBS. “The song and the video use diamonds as a metaphor to suggest that no dream is out of reach as long as one believes in one’s own dreams.”

“The song inspired me immediately! I also have many dreams. Though at first some dreams may seem out of reach, if one works on them, they may become possible and reachable,” said Nadya Cachia, the director of the video.

VSquared Media and Entertainment for PBS Ltd. produced and directed the video for Federica’s song “Diamonds”.

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