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In 2006, Maestro Paul Abela and Joe Julian Farrugia wrote a song entitled This Heart of Mine for a trio which in turn comprised of Roger Tirazona, Eleanor Spiteri and Cliff Zammit Stevens. Together, they were called Trilogy and finished in third place, behind Fabrizio Faniello and Olivia Lewis. That composition received a lot of praise but did not last long, noting that a couple of months later, Cliff had to leave for the United Kingdom and continue studying music abroad. 

This left an opening, a void, one which was replaced by a promising pop vocalist, Daniel Debono who had been found through the popular reality talent show L-iSfida. They submitted the song Starlight into the 2007 edition of the Malta Song for Europe, and finished in second place, quite a way off from Olivia Lewis who won that years' edition. It was noted that their image had to be adapted for better use of the music industry, and indeed, they did come back slicker than ever, two years later, with The Song In Your Heart which is considered to be the best track that they presented, alas finishing in sixth place. has recently learned that Trilogy is set to make a comeback to the local music scene, alas with a brand new line-up knowing that Daniel Debono has also left to further his studies abroad. Joining Roger Tirazona and Eleanor Spiteri is seemingly none other than former Eurovision Song Contest representative; Ludwig Galea although a representative for the group has declined to comment about this speculation, continuing to fuel rumours that this is close to being reality. We urge you to stay tuned to for all the latest.


Published in Local Music News
Friday, 27 July 2012 00:30

Malta: 'White Lie' Released by Scar

It seems to be somewhat a year in which comebacks are back in fashion especially when it comes to music noting the return of Ira Losco earlier this year with her signature summer track What I'd Give but then again, it seems that artists who have a connection with the Malta Eurovision Song Contest are continuing to develop their own style more and rather being true to themselves and their fans who know that loyalty is key to success when it comes to music. The group that had made a comeback is Scar and the track which they have just released bears the name White Lie comprising of a soft guitar in the backdrop of husky vocals which create a dark yet extremely invigorating ambiance.

The band does not need to be introduced especially having been around in the local music scene for around thirteen years in total now managing successful feats in Italy as much as they have in Malta especially when it comes to the RAI Radio Station where their track Time To Know was being used as a jingle for one of the programmes which was broadcast. Nevertheless, the band grew in experience through time and continuously succeeded in presenting people their best material. Following a number of local appearances in all of the events organized in the country by major companies, in 2005, the band signed a distribution deal with Cargo Records based in Germany in order to sell their albums abroad achieving extremely positive feedback from the foreign media on the records that they were releasing on a consistent basis. It is also important to note that they did what no other band has did and that is take part in the Malta Song for Europe competition with the song As Long As You Know finishing in sixth place behind Olivia Lewis back in 2007. This brand new single entitled White Lie is the eighth single off their sophomore record Breaking Radio Silence and will most likely be the last release preceding brand new material in the coming months. It is currently ranked at position number #7 in the local music charts on 89.7 Bay. Stay tuned to for more new releases from local artists.

Source: 89.7 Bay, YouTube,


Published in Local Music News