Cristina Scarlat, Moldova’s Eurovision Song Contest 2014 representative who failed to qualify for the Grand Final with “Wild Soul” but left a lasting impression with her Mulan-inspired show, is back with a duet, together with Aurel Chirtoaca.
“Dragostea vine de sus” (Love Comes From Above), a Romanian language power ballad that sounds like a Christmas carol, has been released just in time for the Winter Holidays.
Aurel Chirtoaca (33), a well-known singer in Moldova, has been a veteran of the national selection O melodie pentru Europa. His record is 7th place in 2013. This year, he is a member of the jury who just shortlisted 50 songs out of the 68 submitted for the 2105 contest.
The voices of the two singers blend beautifully and Cristina’s especially shines through. The lyrics speak of the miracle of love, which seems to come from heaven.