Юлия Самойлова представила песню для «Евровидения-2018»
The premiere of the video for the song with which the singer will represent Russia at the international competition.

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Today in the First channel, the presentation of the song “I Won’t Break” Yulia Samoilova with which the singer will perform at the Eurovision song contest 2018 in Lisbon. The head of the Russian delegation in the contest and the main producer of music and entertainment programs of the First channel Yuri Aksyuta admitted that making big plans on the performance of Julia. “We have a wonderful artist, great song, full of meaning and very beautiful room. And as always – the best expectations of the competition, which is in our country very popular! Russia is back!” he said before the premiere.

Julia Samoylova

Photo: courtesy of the organizers of the event

Julia, who had the honor to represent Russia at the Eurovision song contest, spoke about how the song “”. She stated that she put into the song his personal experiences. “This song is about me. The authors intentionally set out to pass on music of my own thoughts and experiences. It’s not so much a gentle ballad, as the song with rod,” says Julia.

By the way, on a new song for Julia worked for the same international team of authors, as a year ago – Leonid Gutkin, Netta Nimrodi and Arye Burstein (Leonid First channel have often collaborated on Eurovision songs of Dina Garipova and Polina Gagarina). Official video for the song was directed by Alexey Golubev, who will be the Director contest the Yulia Samoilova in Lisbon (in 2015 he was Director of the music video and rooms Polina Gagarina at the Eurovision song contest in Vienna). The details of Julia’s report are still kept secret, but the General idea Alex has expressed so: “It will be a metaphor of the origin of life and of love, and most importantly – faith.”