Brunette: “I wrote “Future Lover” because I used to struggle with anxiety and mental health”

Saturday the 15th of April, the grand party Eurovision in Concert took place at the AFAS Live venue in Amsterdam. The artists performing on the night were present in another room in the venue to be interviewed by the press that same afternoon. And that means that just hours before the concert, we at ESCBubble had the chance to talk to: Brunette!

With her modern ballad ‘Future Lover’, she was internally chosen to represent her home country Armenia. A song in which Brunette (Her real name being Elen Yeremyan) pours all of her emotions. We asked her about the importance of the topic of her entry. She tell us which past Armenian entrant she applauds for her success and who of this year’s artists is she vibing well with already?

Find out everything Brunette told us in this interview right here:

And hear Brunette’s Eurovision entry ‘Future Lover’ right here:

You can also check out what our Public Reviewers said about “Future Lover” right here:

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