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Wednesday, 03 April 2013 16:15

United Kingdom: 'Believe In Me' gets a Remix

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Bonnie Tyler is a legendary vocalist from the eighties who will be trying to rekindle the flame of success for the United Kingdom during this years' edition of the Eurovision Song Contest taking place in Malmö, Sweden. The track that she will be performing during the grand final of the esteemed music competition is entitled Believe In Me and it is co-written by Desmond Child, Lauren Christy and Christopher Braide who have individually worked together with artists such as Lana Del Ray, Cher, Christina Aguilera, Jason Mraz, Britney Spears, Ricky Martin and Avril Lavigne amongst others. The song itself has also been included in the latest album by Bonnie entitled Rocks and Honey  published through ZYX Music and Warner Music which has peaked at number #59 in both Germany and Switzerland respectively.

In the meantime, the British Broadcasting Corporation are slightly more optimistic than they were last year because Bonnie Tyler is still touring all across the continent with shows in the aforementioned countries along with positive publicity in worldwide media. Currently betting odds pit the United Kingdom in tenth place ahead of recent winners Azerbaijan but behind this years' hosts Sweden. In an effort to continue aiding the promotion, the broadcaster has enlisted Blutonium Boy and Matty Menck to work on a remix of the track Believe In Me and came up with the song which you could hear below. The two individuals have garnered experience through the years in the house and trance business and both hail from Germany which has become a basis for the career of Bonnie Tyler in recent years. She will be Holding Out for a Hero come May as she represents the United Kingdom but until then, stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for more news updates.

Source: BBC

Last modified on Wednesday, 03 April 2013 16:22