Ana Soklič revamps “Voda” with the Budapest Art Orchestra. Here’s a snippet!

Ana Soklič won this year’s edition of EMA, and she will go on to represent her country in Eurovision 2020. A month after her victory, Ana Soklič revamped her winning song with the help of the Budapest Art Orchestra, and this is going to be the version she will be singing in the Contest this year.

The Budapest Art Orchestra led by Péter Pejtsik was in charge of giving “Voda” a new backing track. The full revamp will be released soon, but right now – RTVSlo, Slovenia’s national broadcaster released a short snippet of the new version of “Voda”. You can listen to it here:

V pričakovanju evrovizijske verzije skladbe #voda! Tole je 30-sekundni izsek!🔥🔥🔥 Kmalu celotna pesem. Anna Soklich Žiga Pirnat @rtv RTV Slovenija Eurovision Song Contest #eurovision #revamp #rotterdam #openup

Geplaatst door EMA – Eurovision Slovenia op Zondag 15 maart 2020

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