D Mol revamp Montenegro Eurovision 2019 song “Heaven”

A few weeks ago we reported that D Mol was crowned the winners of Montenegro’s national selection show, Montevizija, with the song “Heaven” and were therefore set to represent the country at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.

Now, less than two months to go to the contest in Tel Aviv, the song has had a complete revamp. Making use of traditional instruments and featuring violinist Vili Ferdinand, they have added a much-needed dimension to the song which really brings it to life. Alongside the group’s tight harmonies, this should be enough to make the song stand out in the competition.

As well as this, the group also dropped a music video for the song which highlights the beauty of their country, featuring breathtaking scenes of mountains and beaches.

You can watch the official music video for “Heaven” below:

Montenegro has not fared well at Eurovision but could they finally turn their fortunes around this year? Will they make it into the grand final? Only time will tell! All acts of the acts have now been announced, they are Srbuk for ArmeniaTamta for CyprusJonida Maliqi for AlbaniaEliot for BelgiumMiki for SpainSerhat for San MarinoDuncan Laurence for The NetherlandsTamara Todevska for North MacedoniaMichela Pace for MaltaBilal Hassani for FranceLake Malawi for the Czech RepublicPÆNDA for AustriaDarude feat. Sebastian Rejman for FinlandMichael Rice for the United KingdomSergey Lazarev for RussiaMahmood for ItalyKate Miller-Heidke for AustraliaD-Moll for Montenegro, Kobi Marimi for IsraelKaterine Duska for GreeceJoci Pápai for HungaryJurijus for LithuaniaLeonora for DenmarkS!sters for GermanyEster Peony for RomaniaVictor Crone for EstoniaRoko for CroatiaCarousel for LatviaTulia for PolandHatari for IcelandZala Kralj & Gašper Šantl for SloveniaKEiiNO for NorwayNevena Bozovic for SerbiaConan Osíris for PortugalOto Nemsadze for GeorgiaAnna Odobescu for MoldovaLuca Hänni for SwitzerlandJohn Lundvik for SwedenZena for BelarusSarah McTernan for Ireland, and Chingiz for Azerbaijan.

The 2019 Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted at the Expo Tel Aviv in Israel after Netta won last year with the song “Toy”. The two Semi-Finals will take place on 14 May and 16 May with the Grand Final taking place on 18 May. A total of 41 countries will compete in the contest.

Finally, don’t forget to let us know your thoughts on the revamp of “Heaven”. Do you think it is a contender to win the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest? Let us know by tweeting us @CelebMix.

Written by Lynn Macgillivray

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