Biography of Andrew Lambrou
Andrew Lambrou is a singer hailing from Australia and Cyprus who has been chosen to represent Cyprus in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest 2023. Born in 1998 to a Greek-Cypriot family, Lambrou's musical talent was apparent from a young age, and he began attending music school at the age of 5.
Andrew's talent in singing was nurtured by his adoring extended family of Greek-Cypriot origin. He began honing his craft from a young age, starting with performances for his loved ones and gradually expanding to sharing his vocal abilities on social media platforms. Andrew's covers of popular songs by artists such as ZAYN, Charlie Puth, and Bazzi were executed with sheer finesse, and quickly amassed a following of 1.5 million fans across TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube. His recent duet on TikTok reached viral heights, with half a million views in under a week.
In 2013, Lambrou gained attention after uploading a cover of Evanescence's "My Immortal" to YouTube. He went on to participate in the seventh season of The X Factor Australia in 2015, and after years of posting viral covers, he began writing his own music and building up a loyal following.
Andrew has released several successful singles, including "Throne" , "Lemonade" , and "Confidence" and in February 2022, he competed in Eurovision – Australia Decides with the song "Electrify" . He finished in 7th place.
Song: Break A Broken Heart
Writer(s): Jimmy Jansson, Jimmy "Joker" Thörnfeldt, Marcus Winther-John & Thomas Stengaard
Composer(s): Jimmy Jansson, Jimmy "Joker" Thörnfeldt, Marcus Winther-John & Thomas Stengaard
In October 2022, it was announced by the Cypriot broadcaster CyBC that Lambrou would represent Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, and he signed with Panik Records. And in March 2023, Andrew Lambrou released his Eurovision entry, "Break a Broken Heart."
The charming 24-year-old Australian, hailing from Greek descent, currently resides in Sydney, Australia. She is all set to grace the stage in Liverpool, representing Cyprus with her powerful ballad, "Break A Broken Heart." This unique and epic song delves into the theme of relationships that culminate in heartbreak, but ultimately pave the way for a stronger comeback. The song writing credits go to a team of renowned composers- Jimmy "Joker" Thörnfeldt, Jimmy Jansson, Thomas Stengaard, and Marcus Winther-John, all of whom have a solid association with the Eurovision Song Contest's past artists, including Elena Tsagrinou, Helena Paparizou, Eric Saade, and Emmelie de Forest.