Petruska: “My song was inspired by a nightmare”

Petruska is a Hungarian singer-songwriter. His first album was completely inspired by Budapest, and all the songs were named after the stops of the new metro line in Budapest. One of the songs from this album, “Szent Gellért Tér” was in the top 10 of Hungarian charts, and was also a nominee for the best video clip in the Hungarian Music Video Awards. His brand new song “Trouble In My Mind” has been selected as one of the best 30 songs in this year’s edition of A Dal.

Petruska welcomed us in his apartment in Budapest, and spoke to us about his nightmare that inspired him to write this song. He also told us about his Eurovision memories, and his friendship with Boggie – last year’s Eurovision entrant for Hungary, and even showed us a photo of her from many years ago. Check out all of that, and find out more about Petruska, his song and his stage plans in this video right here:

Give a listen to Petruska’s Eurovision bid – “Trouble In My Mind”, right here:

If Petruska is one of your personal favorites in the third heat of A Dal, make sure you cast your vote for him and for another five acts in our poll:

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