This Greek epic has got a re-write! Greece’s Yianna Terzi recently took to the internet to debut some of the English-language version of her Eurovision 2018 entry, “Oniro Mou”. Performed entirely acapella, the English version – titled “Eternity” – appeared on her Instagram earlier in the week.
For her performance, Yianna was joined by long-time rumoured Greek act, Stereo Soul.
Yianna Terzi ft. Stereo Soul — “Eternity”
Those harmonies give us all the feels. Yianna sounds in great voice live – and it’s interesting to hear the song in the new language.
Of course, she won’t be performing alongside Stereo Soul at Eurovision, but Yianna has also given us a teaser of what we might hear in Lisbon. She shared a video on her Facebook of one of her vocal rehearsals. It looks like there’s going to be plenty of Greek vocal power in the Altice Arena!
In keeping with Greek tradition of late, Yianna has not appeared at any of the Eurovision Pre-Party events. Instead, she’s been focusing on working out the song back at home.
The only live performance we’ve seen of the song so far has been her recent performance at the MadWalk charity event.
Yianna Terzi — “Oniro Mou” @ MadWalk 2018
Whilst the performance might not be fully live, Yianna certainly looks the part on stage. She worked that runway, y’all! As always with Greece, we’re expecting a big stage show in Lisbon too.
Yianna currently sits 10th in the betting odds to win Eurovision — could that rise further when we see her rehearsals?
What do you think of “Eternity”? Would you like to hear the full song in English, or should Yianna stick to Greek? Let us know all your thoughts in the comments section below!