Eurovision 2024 now has its third confirmed act, with Greek broadcaster ERT selecting Marina Satti to represent the country in Malmö next year. Marina has the honour of representing Greece on the 50th anniversary of the country’s first Eurovision participation in 1974.

The announcement was made during the TV programme Studio 4 on Tuesday.

Now that Greece has their artist, the attention turns to Marina’s song, which has not yet been chosen. 

Those interested in composing the entry will be able to submit their proposals from 25 October. Songs must be in line with the rules of Eurovision and can be sent to ERT via email: [email protected]

Who is Marina Satti?

Marina was born in Athens to a Greek mother and a Sudanese Arab father, but was raised on Crete. The star’s music incorporates the different styles of her heritage, blending Greek, Arab and Balkan elements together.

She’s already proven that her music has crossover appeal. Her 2016 single “Koupes” (“Cups”) has racked up more than 27 million views on YouTube and was included on Ravin & Bob Sinclar’s Buddha Bar 20 Years Anniversary album.

Her 2017 hit “Mantissa” (“Seeress”) made the European Union’s Official Top 100 and Bulgaria’s Top 40. Critics wrote that it was a “summer hit that fills a generation with hope.”

Marina’s debut album, YENNA, was released in 2022 to further critical acclaim.

Satti also has a history in jazz music, having represented Greece in the EBU’s Euroradio Jazz Orchestra, and performing with the World Jazz Nonetat at the John F. Kennedy Centre in Washington.

On top of all that, Marina also founded the all-female a cappella group Fonés. They’ve performed world music and pop compositions across Greece and even toured Europe.

It’s fair to say that there are a lot of exciting ways in which Marina’s song for Eurovision 2024 could go.

Marina Satti was chosen by wiwiblogger Jordi as part of our previous wish list series for Greece. At the time, he wrote:

“Well we know that Greece has properly served Eurovision pleasure throughout its history: from Helena Paparizou to Eleftheria Eleftheriou to Sakis Rouvas, long live the Greek gods and goddesses. But since 2014, the Mediterranean nation’s performance in the contest has been in a consistent decline. Marina Satti has the modern flare and essence needed to make it big at Eurovision and stop the rot. Both traditional and contemporary sounds join Marina’s soul in her artistic attitude and music. Her hit ‘Mantissa’ is the perfect taste of a pleasant upbeat mixture of Greek traditional rhythms and Bollywood elements. Described as the Greek-Sudanese emerging star who represents hope, Marina studies at Boston’s Berklee Music College and collaborates with international and domestic music industry stars. She’s managed to break away from the crowd, provoke reactions and build bridges with people of all ages – her video hit five million streams in just one week. Eurovision? ‘I’m not ready, but it can be done in the future”’ Wooho! The world needs your attitude and swagger!”

We’re glad to say Marina is now ready to take to the Eurovision stage!

What do you think about Marina Satti? Do you love her international sound and will it go down well at Eurovision? Let us know down below….

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Pauly
Pauly
3 months ago

Byy the way, Marina is doing a show in London in February should mention it

Alexander
Alexander
3 months ago

That music is really terrifying 😡

Jamie
Jamie
3 months ago
Reply to  Alexander

Avant-garde you mean

Jesse O'Rourke
Jesse O'Rourke
3 months ago

Greece has given up the last couple of years….

Pauly
Pauly
3 months ago

Marina has been my number one dream act to represent Greece since 2018. We’ve been asking her on Instagram and she was always saying she will do it when the time is right and she has the right song and team. She even answered that question last summer when she released TUCUTUM, a fun and tongue-in-cheek song with a cultural and smart music video. I was SHOCKED to see her name on Tuesday’s announcement! Wow! She’s ready for it now, she’s been performing a lot in European festivals and doing shows in Greece too and feels more confident. She’s also… Read more »

Bettie
Bettie
3 months ago

She sounds fragile and decent, her mixture of styles confuses me a little bit, she needs a very, very strong song to compete against singers such as Mustii (Belgium). But with a killer song…

Pawlsski
Pawlsski
3 months ago
Reply to  Bettie

Actually Mustii is the one who will need a extremely strong song if he wants to compete artists such as Marína.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Pawlsski

Mustii also wants to stay true to his own style, same as Marina here

so both are superb additions to the class of 2024, in terms of authentic real musicians rather than swedish plastics

Dirk
Dirk
3 months ago
Reply to  Pawlsski

no doubt that mustii will deliver a verry strong song!!!

Thallo
Thallo
3 months ago

Sounds like a potential winner.

I’m hoping for something similar to her new material, it’s almost Rosalia-esque, blending modern beats with traditional sounds. I don’t understand why she’s asking people to submit songs though, Marina’s sound is so unique and that’s what makes her special, I’m sure that the vast majority of songs submitted won’t do her justice.

Helena (hellie_888 on YouTube)
Helena (hellie_888 on YouTube)
3 months ago

As a half Greek, I can confirm that Marina Satti is the perfect choice for our country. After we flopped in last year’s contest, Marina’s ethnic bop styled music and her popularity in the young generation will bring Greece back to the Top 10, mark my words 🙂

ECD534
ECD534
3 months ago

I’m half-Greek and my Greek half is already excited for the song.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago

Efharisto poli !

This could be a very exciting choice for Greece.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  Antananarivo

@ William

Thanks that you mentioned my commentary. “Efharisto poli” means “Thank you so much”in Greek.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago

a song similar to Azerbaijan 2018 X My Heart please

Voix
Voix
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

You clearly have no clue that her sound is the opposite of this generic song

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Voix

well duh, just pointing out what she shouldn’t go for, the mistake Aisel made back then

also i want Marina to be successful in the contest for it to attract more bigger names with ethnic music, like Onirama, imagine them at eurovision!!!! Ah Na Se Xehnaga is one of my top listened greek songs

Amar pelos dois
Amar pelos dois
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Cyprus could have a song in this style (it´s the same composer like AZ 2018). But not Greece this time !

Poul Riisen
Poul Riisen
3 months ago

It reminds me a bit of Spain’s singer in 2023 but I feel she is more fresh in terms of style and music. Let’s see. It all comes down to the right song.

Mary
Mary
3 months ago
Reply to  Poul Riisen

Her songs are even worse than the Spanish song in 2023. I don’t think she will qualify, it’s more than obvious.

Pauly
Pauly
3 months ago
Reply to  Poul Riisen

She’s more modern than the Spanish singer in 2023.

Roro31
Roro31
3 months ago

For sure it’s a song with greek elements (same style than Oniro Mou – 2018) !!!

Mary
Mary
3 months ago

A really bad choice. NQ incoming. Her voice is low quality, her discography is poor and her few songs are either bad or mediocre. Being 36 and having released just one album says a lot about the quality of her music. She will most probably bring a low quality ethnic/pop song. I’m not interested. Next please.

Tucutum
Tucutum
3 months ago
Reply to  Mary

her voice is low quality? she’s signing the greek version of Moana and Ariel and let me tell you that her voice is absolutely gorgeous:) do some research before commenting

vetrina
vetrina
3 months ago

A song in Greek, please!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  vetrina

she’ll sing in greek, there are no regulations in terms of song submissions, regarding languages, but she’ll ignore the ones she receives with english lyrics

so Greece is deffo gonna slay in Malmo!!!!!

Zuzu
Zuzu
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Whatever happened to this comment of yours? —> “another dated has been, wonder how she got ERT selecting her, what connections does she have?”

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Zuzu

you wanted me to post normal, with more positivity

but honestly, Victor was among my faves, i just admired the bravery of a 16 yr old with his own composed entry to perform that for millions of people, and despite his privileges, wealthy family etc he didn’t come across as arrogant at all for me but very likeable and he has the right attitude, he keeps on creating new music as we speak

Marina’s music well i gave it a chance ok, Pali i quite liked

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Why should her not be also the composer ? I think that she don´t need some help from “outside”

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  vetrina

A song in Greek this tim, please !

Karl
Karl
3 months ago

Sing a song in Greek or GTGO

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
3 months ago

Artist number three reporting for Eurovision 2024.

james
james
3 months ago

Woah TUCUTUM is just art like what is going on love it

Gka
Gka
3 months ago

I can guarantee you that greece is gonna give something very interesting and something that will get people talking. I know it’s very early. But I can only see a top 10 finish for greece this year. Good to see you back Greece!

Kobe
Kobe
3 months ago
Reply to  Gka

Are you Madame Soleil? lol

Eurovision fan
Eurovision fan
3 months ago

And I still hoped for Athena Manoukian lol

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  Eurovision fan

The participation of Armenia is still pending….

Bejba
Bejba
3 months ago
Reply to  Antananarivo

They Wont Choose This Girl No One even Knows Of Her In Armenya

ECD534
ECD534
3 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

Nobody knew Rosa Linn.
No she is a world wide success. Being unknown ? being bad. Also, the opposite can happen – too. See Flo Rida.

claude
claude
3 months ago

I’m so excited!! This sounds like it will be really good! Good luck Greece!

MartMcCu
MartMcCu
3 months ago

I hope they send a good song , she has a unique style and a lovely voice . But be careful Greece don’t send a song which is the opposite of her own genre and style , France 2020 had this issue and it wasn’t his genre and although we don’t know how he would have ended up, it was doomed from the start because of this and secondly with the ethnic style be careful of the orchestration and melody , you might end up like Spain last year . Fan favorite , Jury liked it , Greeks love it… Read more »

Go_A Stan
Go_A Stan
3 months ago

I really want her to write her song herself. I’ve listened to her album YENNA and I love the kind of Ancient Greek chill hip hop she’s got going on. I’m sure she could sell plenty of different songs though.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  Go_A Stan

No Kontopoulos please!

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  Antananarivo

Fortunately he has already a lot to do with the entry for Cyprus…..

Bejba
Bejba
3 months ago

Hopefuly She Will Work With The Dream Team To Bring a Great Preformence , She Is So Pretty

Bejba
Bejba
3 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

And Chiprus Broadcaster Will Let Sweden Write The Song And Sasha Batiste Will Stage It As Always . And They Will Definitly Flop With This Stratagy

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

Ylva and Linda song pls
They have a great style, perfectly timeless for eurovision

ECD534
ECD534
3 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

Which dream team are you talking about? The Russia 2016 dream trem or the Fuego dream team?

The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
3 months ago

If she brings a Middle-Eastern, African or Arab-style song that blends elements of that with a catchier modern vibe, it will for sure stand out in a good way!

Chris
Chris
3 months ago

Finally Greece is sending someone promising and experienced. With the right song she can do well. Good luck to her!

ESC Hayden
ESC Hayden
3 months ago

Listened to some of her songs, and if her ESC entry is anything like them, it’ll be very Greek. However, it’ll also need to be something with more impact, otherwise she could repeat Cyprus 2022 where the song was a fan favourite, but ultimately failed to make it out of the semi-final.

Chris
Chris
3 months ago
Reply to  ESC Hayden

Cyprus 2022 failed because she couldn’t sing not because of the song.

lilly
lilly
3 months ago
Reply to  Chris

And unlike Andromache Marina can actually sing (she’s been to many European festivals this summer).

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  lilly

I´ve already seen some video clips with live performances of Marina. I´m quitely convinced that se will nail it in Malmö.

ESC8
ESC8
3 months ago
Reply to  ESC Hayden

Although I get your point, it is worth-mentioning that had the current voting system been in use in 2022, Cyprus would’ve made the final, since Cyprus ended up in 9th place with the televoters, as so, with 100% televoting in the semis, Cyprus would’ve been a finalist.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  ESC8

The same happened in 2018. But “Mall” was so much more better on stage than “oniro mou” and this fact was appreciated by the juries.

Polegend Godnova
3 months ago

seems like greece finally wants to get back on track, i’m glad. i hope she remains faithful to her style.

Babes
Babes
3 months ago

She a good choice! 100% ethnic/balkan sound! I was expecting/wishing Good job Nicky to be selected though.

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
3 months ago

I hear her music, it’s pop but ethnic. Good combination, the fact she wants her song to be in Greek is a sweet treat. Too soon to tell if she’s a contender but at least I’m grateful there’s a country who won’t bring pop made by Swedes (or at least will try not to).

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago

A strange way of doing things. The song should come first, then a selection to find the right singer. Not the other way around.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

F r a n c e 2 0 2 0.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

That has been erased from my memory, sorry.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

You’re so lucky.

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

What has done to y’all Tom Leeb? Let him in peace no? He was not a fan favorite for sure no need to insist but seeing the fans it was definetely a good sign.
There was an audience for his song, deal with it.

Tino
Tino
3 months ago

His song was one of the most terrible and forgettable I’ve heard over the last few years. I think nobody hates him. I mean he didn’t do anything wrong but we’re here to talk about songs and his was really, really bad. It was going to finish in bottom 3 if not dead last in final.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago

We did not do anything to him. John Lundvik did.

Pawlsski
Pawlsski
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Paparizou, Foureira, Noah and Lazarev all say hi

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago

Greece and their jury’s 8 points to Swwwwedden!

Another year, another internal selection. Surprised? No … … … …

The potential for “Eurovision/SWEurovision in-crowd” elements is real and scarier than a sad-looking empty Ha ll o w een pumpkin.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

How many points do you think Loreen actually deserved? I know you think the result was unfair, but it’s not like she deserved nul points.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Not as many as she received from the broadcasters’ juries whose complicity was insulting and deeply concerning. That was not right at all. With semifinals televote points being known *before* the GF and *before* being made public, others could do the maths.

“Contest” should be taken out of the title of the event.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

The televote is deeply unfair also, so it is not fair to decry the juries only.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

The juries members’ points were made public and thus they are open to scrutiny.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

That’s an argument in favour of juries, not against.

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Only if you consider that their points were fair, square and rose scented.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

I’m not aware of any evidence or even suggestion that implicates otherwise. Sweden were not guilty in 2022 like some others, I can’t smell anything suspicious from Loreen’s victory. I personally think it is unfair to delegitimize it. The whole reason the contest was in Liverpool this year was fake computer points which bumped Sam up to second.

Polegend Godnova
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

the televote is the result of millions of votes and it’s statistically fairer than the vote of 200 randos

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago

Millions? That’s just an assumption. They don’t release the figures. 20 votes per person, sure, that seems fair. Would a parliamentary election be deemed fair with this system? I doubt it.

Guorga
Guorga
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

A televoter may have 20 votes, but a juror has 12+10+8+7+6+5+4+3+2+1 = 58 votes (and always uses them all).

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Guorga

A juror listens to all the songs. A televoter can see Finland trending on Twitter, watch 20 seconds on chachacahing and then vote more than once.

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

More importantly, all jurors have equal power. Televoters do not. Most viewers probably vote once or twice, but it seems the vote is often decided by rabid stans. Which is not what should happen.

Sonam
Sonam
3 months ago
Reply to  UNA SPARKLE

That was a good internal selection. The best we (Greeks) could ever dream actually!

UNA SPARKLE
UNA SPARKLE
3 months ago
Reply to  Sonam

All the best to Greece!!

Pawlsski
Pawlsski
3 months ago

Rosalia vibes! Love!

Ben
Ben
3 months ago

The Greek Rosalia! A fantastic choice, well done my Greece!

Zuzu
Zuzu
3 months ago

I really hope the choice of song and staging will be not just good, but perfect. No worries about her performance and soothing voice. It’s been 15 years, we want another top 3 placing please <3

Zanoni
Zanoni
3 months ago

The artist sounds very promising! I’m not sure about the process, though; I hope she has more input in the songwriting than what it sounds like.

Francis
Francis
3 months ago

With the proper song, I can see Marina sailing through the top 10 in Malmo. I just hope the song is in Greek and has traditional elements to it.

eurofun23
eurofun23
3 months ago
Reply to  Francis

She said she ain’t going to Eurovision with a Swedish pop kinda song. The song will be in Greek and will be ethnic.

Zanoni
Zanoni
3 months ago
Reply to  eurofun23

Seen elsewhere:

“there are no regulations regarding the song language, the music genre or even the origin of the songwriters.”

eurofun23
eurofun23
3 months ago
Reply to  Zanoni

no regulations but she said that she is going there with a Greek song. This open submission doesn’t mean an English song. They’re gonna see what others have to offer and submit and they’re gonna adjust the sounds or lyrics to Marina’s style.

Zanoni
Zanoni
3 months ago
Reply to  eurofun23

I hope so!

Jonas
Jonas
3 months ago
Reply to  eurofun23

“Greek” doesn’t necessarily mean “ethnic”, in the same way that “English” or “Swedish” or “French” doesn’t mean ethnic.

lilly
lilly
3 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Greek doesn’t mean ethnic but Marina Satti means ethnic go stream her music she clearly can’t sing an English ballad or an English pop song.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  eurofun23

For the fist time since 2013 I will cross my fingers for Greece (2018 was a good song too, but the performance destroyed it all)

dtuk
dtuk
3 months ago
Reply to  Francis

She’s going to sing in Greek and the song will be an ethnic pop.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  dtuk

hopefully not, ew

if you want to be competitive, you have to sing in english, everyone knows that these days

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Slomo, Voilà, Zitti i Buoni, Shum, Tout l’Univers, Due Vitte , Cha Cha Cha….. ok man, “everyone” knows that these days….

NoMoreEscAddicted
NoMoreEscAddicted
3 months ago

Stefania, Amar pelois dois, Zitti i Buoni, even Toy was not completely in English, and they literally won the last 6 years. It makes 4 songs out of 6 winning songs….

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago

Amar pelos dois !

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  dtuk

I hope so !

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Francis

not just top 10, Greece coming for the win, Athens2025 coming very close now

eurofun23
eurofun23
3 months ago

Apparently Greece is more interesting than Cyprus who gonna send another Swedish style pop song so it’s a yes from me! Also stream her ”PALI”, ”MANTISA” and ”YIATI POULI M” songs they’re absolutely fantastic. Love to see some Greek ethnic back to Eurovision!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  eurofun23

Cyprus will finish than Greece though, Silia is way better than this probable daughter of some arab oil tycoon, me thinks as all arabs are super rich

Zanoni
Zanoni
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

(Rolls eyes)

How is this kind of comment considered acceptable?

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
3 months ago
Reply to  Zanoni

Because the content of the comment serves much more purpose in revealing the stupidity of the person writing it than the possible offense the comment could cause.

Zanoni
Zanoni
3 months ago
Reply to  Briekimchi

That’s been evident for a long time now. If there’s no moderation here, a user blocking function would be nice. It’s really affecting the quality of the site experience at this point.

Onar
Onar
3 months ago
Reply to  eurofun23

Why do people feel the need to always compare Greece with Cyprus? That’s something I’ll never understand.

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
3 months ago
Reply to  Onar

It seems that there will be some difference between the entries from Cyprus and Greece next year…..

Voix
Voix
3 months ago

One of the biggest names in the Greek alternative scene and a good damage control choice from ERT after the local outrage for the 2023 entry. I am very excited to see what she will bring

DutchTurkk
DutchTurkk
3 months ago

Probably one of the biggest/most famous name Greece sends since Sakis Rouvas in 2019. If her song will be in the style of “Mantissa”, she could be a contender to win.

ANDREW BROWN
ANDREW BROWN
3 months ago
Reply to  DutchTurkk

2009 typo error i think

dtuk
dtuk
3 months ago

Marina is big in Greece and Greeks are already hyped about her especially since last year flop. Marina said she has some songs she wrote for Eurovision but they’re doing this open selection to see variety and she said she’s open to what others have to offer. She also said that in Eurovision she will stay true to her traditional ethnic sounds. So… the Hellenic (Greek) pop is back yall..!!!!

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  dtuk

the bigger they are, the harder they fall lmao

eurofun23
eurofun23
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

lol u funny

eurovisionfun
eurovisionfun
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91
  1. Noa kirel,
  2. Loreen and
  3. Eleni Foureira

are sending their regards to you <3

Nils
Nils
3 months ago
Reply to  eurovisionfun

Bonnie Tyler, Engelbert Humperdinck, The Rasmus, Cascada, Blue, Las Ketchup and Darude aren’t, though.

Fame means nothing. It’s neither a benefit, nor the opposite.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  Nils

Engelbert was robbed of the top 10 honestly, his age still vocally slaying

And Bonnie gave it a good go

The Rasmus were in my top 3 of 2022, jezebel over cha cha cha anytime for me

Denis
Denis
3 months ago

Well, it can’t be worse than Victor this year…
Usually not a fan of this mix genre but it does sound intriguing. If it’s done properly it can bring Greece back to top 10.

Dannyto
Dannyto
3 months ago

The greek Rosalia! Good luck Greece, fantastic choice!

lilly
lilly
3 months ago
Reply to  Dannyto

Her voice reminds me of Billie Eilish but either way she sounds very promising!

fionn
fionn
3 months ago

best news ever, to me she’s the greek rosalía. pls let the song be all in greek

Thanos
Thanos
3 months ago

I am intrigued to see where this goes. Not my personal style but certainly interesting. I am afraid though that this can go both ways. Nevertheless Marina has a big range of musical styles so I may be in for a surprise.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago

another dated has been, wonder how she got ERT selecting her, what connections does she have?

dtuk
dtuk
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

she’s a big name in Greece actually that’s how she’s chosen.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
3 months ago
Reply to  dtuk

doubt it, a genuine big name doesn’t need a talent show like eurovision to become more successful

eurovisionfun
eurovisionfun
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

eurovision is not a talent show. <3

Zuzu
Zuzu
3 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Oh honey, it’s for Malmö 2024 not Liverpool 2023 , you are one year behind 😉