After taking the victory in Eurovision back in 2010 and bringing the contest back to one of the founding countries of the contest, Lena Meyer-Landrut became one of the first Eurovision winners for 50 years to defend their titles at the show. Whilst unsuccessful the second time round, thanks to Europe’s favourite TV show Lena was able to establish herself as a successful artist, backed by two critically acclaimed albums and a handful of awards for her work.
Since taking part in last years’ contest in Düsseldorf, Meyer-Landrut was seen once again on the Eurovision stage this year in the second semi-final in Baku, where she performed an excerpt of her winning song “Satellite” alongside other past winners of the contest in the interval act. Now leaving Eurovision aside, Lena is set to release her third album next month.
Recently, Lena has released the video for her next single “Stardust”, the title track off the album of the same name. The song was written by American singwriters Rosi Golan and Tim Myers – you can view a preview of the video clip below, and watch the full version here.
The video to the song was filmed last month in the Spanish desert ‘Bardenas Reales’. Whilst the song will be released on September 21st, Lena’s album will be out on October 12th through Universal Music Germany.