Biography of Voyager
Voyager is a progressive metal band hailing from Perth, Western Australia. The band, which consists of Danny Estrin (vocals, keytar), Simone Dow (guitar), Scott Kay (guitar), Alex Canion (bass), and Ash Doodkorte (drums), has been making music since 1999. With seven full-length albums under their belt, Voyager is one of the most prominent names in Australia's metal scene.
Despite their metal roots, Voyager has recently ventured into new territory with their latest release, "Promise", a new romantic pop song with an 80's sound. The song features the soaring vocals of Danny Estrin, who hails from Buchholz, Germany.
In 2022, Voyager entered the Australian national selection show for Eurovision, Australia Decides, with their song "Dreamer" . While the song placed second, it solidified Voyager's status as a contender for representing Australia on the international stage.
Now, in 2023, Voyager is set to take the Eurovision stage by storm with their song "Promise". The band members are thrilled to be representing Australia and cannot wait to bring their unique sound and energy to the competition.
Writer(s): Daniel Estrin
Composer(s): Alex Canion, Ashley Doodkorte, Daniel Estrin, Scott Kay & Simone Dow
"Promise" debuted at #3 on the Australian Independent Label Singles charts, demonstrating the band's popularity and success in their home country. With their impressive track record and dedication to their craft, Voyager is poised to make waves on the Eurovision stage and capture the hearts of fans around the world.
"Promise" is a fresh and modern pop tune that boasts a cool electronic sound, combined with a touch of rock elements. The band openly acknowledges their roots in metal, which adds a unique edge to the song. While there may be a number of songs with similar styles and sounds, it will be a challenge to stand out from the crowd. A unique and captivating stage show may be the key to grabbing the attention of audiences and securing a well-deserved spotlight.