Katerine Duska presents Greek Eurovision song: ‘Better Love’

Katerine Duska has released the song ‘Better Love’, with which she will participate on behalf of Greece at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. Katerine Duska wrote her song together with the Scottish singer-songwriter David Sneddon.

Greece’s national broadcaster ERT describes “Better Love” as a song that refers to the eternal quest for a higher love, one that is deep, unconditional and unapologetic.

Listen to the Greek Eurovision entry:

Katerine Duska: ‘Better Love’ is a tender song with a fighting spirit

Katerine herself explains: “I wanted to write a song that would sound like an invitation, feel like an embrace. A tender song with a fighting spirit about a word we profusely use, but rarely actually mean. It really is the way to love, whomever you love.”

Katerine Duska is a Greek-Canadian singer-songwriter currently based in Athens. Her acclaimed debut album Embodiment was released in 2016 by Minos EMI/Universal Records. Subsequently in 2018, her single Fire Away appeared on an official television ad campaign on Canadian tv. Katerine’s musical style channels the dark sonic timbres of Lykke Li and Jessie Ware, and also her trademark soulful rasp has earned her comparisons to Amy Winehouse.