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Voyager will represent Australia at Eurovision 2023Voyager will represent Australia at Eurovision 2023
Voyager has been internally selected to represent Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 with the song “Promise”

Australian broadcaster SBS has announced today that the band Voyager will be representing Australia at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest, with their song ‘Promise’.

Eurovision 2023 Australia: Voyager “Promise”

After placing 15th in the final last year in Turin, and receiving only two points from the public in the final, SBS canceled the national final, which they used in previous years, and decide to internally select their representative this year.

Last year, in Australia Decides 2022, Voyager took part and ended second with their song Dreamer, just three points behind Sheldon Riley, winning the public vote.

And now in 2023, Voyager finally got the chance to represent their country at the Contest, becoming the first band to do so in the history of Australia’s participation.

Voyager will perform in the second half of the second semi final on 11 May 2023.

About Voyager

Voyager band was formed in Perth, Western Australia in 1999 and has been released seven full length albums.

Voyager consists of five members:
  • Danny Estrin: Vocals / Keytar
  • Simone Dow: Guitar¬†
  • Scott Kay: Guitar
  • Alex Canion: Bass
  • Ashley Doodkorte: Drums

¬†The band’s vocalist Danny Estrin says:

As a long-time Eurovision fan, this is the pinnacle – Voyager gets to play the greatest show on earth! Our song¬†Promise¬†is made for the Eurovision stage and collectively we feel it’s one of our best yet. We filmed the music video in both the city of Perth and beautiful parts of Western Australia to showcase the majestic beauty of our home state. Eurovisionation, we are coming!!!

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