Belgium’s representative, Blanche, will be the first ever Belgian Eurovision entrant to join the London Eurovision Party! She will, of course, be performing “City Lights” on the stage at Café de Paris.
‘City Lights’ was released just before midnight CET and is being described as ‘an adventurous yet accessible pop track, set with a haunting chorus’. The song has been worked on by Blanche herself, singer/songwriter Pierre Dumolin and Tim Bran, most known for his work with London Grammar, Aurora & Birdy.
As we said already, this is the first time that Belgium have appeared at the London Eurovision Party. Blanche is the fourteenth act confirmed for this year’s event which takes place on Sunday 2nd April at London’s Café de Paris. Tickets for the event sold out within hours although a select number will become available within the next few weeks. If you haven’t secured your ticket, make sure you’re following the London Eurovision Party social accounts for more details, all of which can be found on the event’s official website http://londoneurovision.com.
Stay tuned to escXtra.com for more London Eurovision Party artist announcements!
You can listen to “City Lights” on Spotify here: