2021 Amen Austria

He is one of the many artists returning from the 2020 season.  Now, Austria’s Vincent Bueno has confirmed that his song “Amen” will drop on Wednesday 10 March.

Vincent Bueno will release “Amen” on 10 March

He announced the date in this Instagram post and expressed his excitement. He writes:

“Amen will be released on 10.03. 🙈#soexcited

BTW:
1) Spring
2) Summer
3) Fall / Winter

What‘s your favorite season? 1,2,3?

I love Summer the most, coz I need to feel that heat #portrait #studio #lablife #studiolife #canon”

The announcement is accompanied by three editorial style images, one of him in a t-shirt for spring, another topless for summer, and the last in a heavy coat for winter.

After a relatively long period of silence from the “Alive” singer, this is actually the latest news in a short time about his entry. About a week ago, the title of his song was revealed by ORF talent scout Eberhard Forcher. Instagram seems to be his preferred platform to share his road to Rotterdam with his fans. He published various videos and photos from the studio.

 

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There is no teaser or snippet of the song so far. However, Vincent hinted in another post, that guitars may be a part of the song.

Vincent Bueno will sing “Amen” for Austria at Eurovision 2021

There is an experienced team behind “Amen”. Vincent worked with international hitmakers on his Eurovision song. Jonas Thander — who has worked with Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift and Sergey Lazarev — serves as the lead producer on “Amen”.

Also credited are Swiss producer Pele Loriano and British songwriter Ashley Hicklin. Together, they co-wrote Jurij Veklenko’s “Run With The Lions”. As well, Ashley has many Eurovision credits to his name, including Blas Cantó’s “Universo” and Tom Dice’s “Me and My Guitar”.

Additionally, creative visionary Marvin Dietmann will stage “Amen” in Rotterdam. In 2014, Marvin staged Conchita Wurst’s winning performance of “Rise Like a Phoenix”. Marvin is also staging the Cypriot entry from Elena Tsagrinou at Eurovision 2021

Vincent Bueno at Eurovision

Vincent Bueno began his Eurovision journey in 2016, when he competed in the Austrian national final with “All We Need is That Love”. Then in 2017, he provided backing vocals at Eurovision for Nathan Trent on “Running On Air”.

In 2020, ORF internally selected Vincent Bueno to represent Austria at Eurovision 2021 with his soulful dance-pop track “Alive”. But his Eurovision dreams were snatched away when the 2020 contest was cancelled in light of COVID-19 restrictions.

As we know now, he won’t be the only “Amen” singing act on stage. Slovenia’s Ana Soklič released her song last week that shares the title with Vincent. A similar situation occurred in 2015 when Malta and Georgia both sent songs named “Warrior”.

What are you expecting from Vincent? Are you excited to finally hear his song? Tell us in the comments below!

Read more Austria Eurovision 2021 news here 

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Thisisntourlastdance
Thisisntourlastdance
2 months ago

Oh another church song. And then well get Fyr Macedonia, another one. Ew.

Una
Una
2 months ago

Hahaha. “Eurovision/producer/hitmaker/topless man”. So many boxes checked. The pressure is getting higher.
I am thinking San Marino is coming *all in and out* and will sweep away any competition. So exciting 🙂

James
James
2 months ago

Autumn in my Heart
Winter Sonata
Summer Scent
Spring Waltz

Kosey
Kosey
2 months ago

It is amazing what a pair of glasses does! I am loving this more studious, preppy boy look rather than the slick one we got last year. Just hoping the song matches it. I definitely don’t want a preachy gospel number.

Benny Hill
2 months ago

I’m sorry but when I saw this picture I immediately thought of Kevin’s little cousin from Home Alone. 😛

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
2 months ago

Alive was underrated by the eurofans last year. Hopefully his song will be good.

Lucianna
Lucianna
2 months ago

Why are people hating on him so much? I’m genuinely curious

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
2 months ago
Reply to  Lucianna

Hmm for me it’s not hating, but complete indifference to him as an artist. If the song is good, I’ll be happily surprised, though. Other people are probably still irritated by the thing he said about him not wanting his kids to be gay or something. I’m irritated too but I don’t really remember the context anymore. Regardless, I don’t find him exciting as an artist. But he stands a serious chance of having the best ‘Amen’ this year since Slovenia dropped the ball for good.

Dawid
Dawid
2 months ago

I mean, being gay isn’t always easy and parents want the best for their kids. Them not being gay would make their life bit easier so there’s nothing wrong with it imo. He didn’t say he wouldn’t love his kids if they were homo

Jonas
Jonas
2 months ago
Reply to  Dawid

Yes, the best way to protect gay people is to wish them out of existence. They’ll be so grateful.

Ben
Ben
2 months ago
Reply to  Dawid

He’s probably secretly gay himself and just projecting.

Romania12Points
Romania12Points
2 months ago

I will be so curious what ,Amen’ song it will be more good. Slovenia vs Austria . Good luck yo both!

Coco
Coco
2 months ago

Both will benefit from this, everybody will have to say Amen from Austria, Amen from Slovenia. Having to say the name of the country everytime is a good promotion.
By the way, I’m from Romania too, can’t wait for the release tomorrow. No clue by now. Hope it’s Wonderland.

finnished
finnished
2 months ago

He is in a serious need of a stylist.

cipollino
cipollino
2 months ago
Reply to  finnished

That look with glasses is straight from some asian remake of The Lovely Bones

Jofty
Jofty
2 months ago
Reply to  cipollino

Or Andrew Cunanan

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
2 months ago

‘Run with the lions’, huh? So it be a song able to place 11th in the semi final. Not too bad. 😛

James
James
2 months ago

With only a difference of a few points away from qualification that year.

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
2 months ago
Reply to  James

Ifs and buts

Escfan
Escfan
2 months ago

I mean Denmark 2019 was not good and by many peoples reactions to them getting called for qualification showed the disappointment they had. Lithuania on the other hand were great and imo shouldve qualified over Denmark. I know it doesn’t make a difference now but yeah, Lithuania was good in 2019.

Jofty
Jofty
2 months ago
Reply to  James

The block diaspora voting from Ireland, UK and Norway guaranteed it 36 points but it was definitely superior to that annoying dirge from Denmark

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
2 months ago

I like 1, 2 and 3 the most, except for winter.

Azaad
Azaad
2 months ago

That seasons comment….

Jaws
Jaws
2 months ago

i love it.