The thirty-sixth artist in our Who Is series for the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 is Brunette from Armenia.
Elen Yeremyan, better known as Brunette, was born on May 27 2001 in Yerevan. She first began singing when she was four and started writing music when she was 15.
In 2019, Brunette released her debut single, “Love the Way You Feel”, in collaboration with the Nvak Foundation. The Nvak Foundation was founded by Tamar Kaprelian, who represented Armenia in 2015 as part of Genealogy. The foundation was also responsible for discovering Rosa Linn, who represented Armenia in 2022.
After debuting on the music scene, Brunette later became a member of Project 12, a Yerevan-based musical collective performing at night clubs. She also joined the girl group En aghjiknery (ThoseGirlz), which is known for the 2022 single “Menq”. In 2022, she released the singles “Gisher”, “Smoke Break” and “Bac kapuyt achqerd”. The last two singles went viral on social media.
Brunette was internally selected to represent Armenia at Eurovision 2023.
The song that Brunette will perform in Liverpool is called “Future Lover”. It was written and composed by Brunette herself.
Brunette will perform in the first half of the second semi-final on May 11.