Romania – Mircea Cioclei and UK Singer Krystal Mills have today released a teaser of their song that they hope to take to the Romanian National Finals for Eurovision 2014.
We had previously written of the duet between Mircea and Krystal. and today they have released a short video with 30 seconds of their song “Every Time I See You”
”Every Time I See You” is a ballad written by Mircea Cioclei along with two songwriters from Germany and UK, Robert Baitinger and Paul Brookes and produced by Bastian Knochel of Logischdenker Records based in Germany.
Mircea is a talented singer/songwriter and musician and hails from Braila in Romania. He had already written the song “Every Time I See You” in mind for Eurovision but became familiar with the Welsh singer Krystal Mills.
“I like her voice so much and from the first time I heard her singing I said that we need to sing together. I already had the song for Eurovision but we changed it especially for her. With Krystal by our side we are stronger, better and we now have a song that has a real chance to represent Romania in Denmark.”
Mircea is aware of the challenge facing them in the Romanian national selection
“I know is hard, our competitors are big names like Paula Seling and the winner of The Voice.We believe in ourselves, have a very good professional team on our side, a brilliant song and hope all of Romania show us their support”
That is the spirit that we like to hear!
Krystal is equally optimistic about her duet with Mircea saying
“It’s such a privilege to be asked to take part in this project and be asked to duet with Mircea. I feel very lucky to be working with such a great vocalist who has a voice and the looks that will no doubt melt quite a few female hearts and to be working with such a great production team situated in UK, Germany and Romania.”
Many of the Eurovision fan sites have already placed the Romanian Eurovision 2014 crown on Paula and Ovi but there are others who are also in the race too. Krystal recognises this too
“I see that Paula and Ovi who came 3rd in Eurovision 2010 in Oslo, are one of the favourites, but we hope the Romanian people and the panel of judges will love our song more as we have worked so hard to produce this emotional ballad and are two new fresh faces. Wish us luck”
Currently TVR (Romanian National Broadcaster) are accepting submissions for their Eurovision 2014 selection – See HERE. The Romanian National Final will be on March 1st.
Author/Website co-founder and Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall
Source : Eurovision Ireland