Austria’s Eurovision entry “Amen” by Vincent Bueno to be released on the 9th of March!

After the cancellation of Eurovision 2020, Austrian national broadcaster ÖRF has once again internally selected Vincent Bueno to represent Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest. As we reported earlier, Vincent Bueno’s Eurovision song is titled “Amen”, and ÖRF has now confirmed to ESCBubble that the song will be presented on the 9th of March!

ÖRF is going to organize a special press conference starting at 10am on the 9th of March, where Vincent Bueno’s song is also going to be presented. One day later, “Amen” is also going to have its radio premiere on the Ö3-Wecker radio station.

“Amen” is produced by Jonas Thander (who did several entries in different national finals, and when it comes to Eurovision itself he co-wrote Michael Rice’s “Bigger Than Us” and Donny Montell’s “I’ve Been Waiting For This Night”) and Pele Loriano, who is also providing the backing vocals in the song.

What kind of a song are you expecting from Vincent? Let us know in the comments below, or on our social media pages. And whilst we’re waiting for his 2021 entry, give another listen to his 2020 entry – “Alive” right here:

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