Sydney based singer-songwriter Montaigne returns to the world of Eurovision after being selected as the 2020 entrant. The singer reveals her 2021 entry Technicolour which slaps hard with its Jam and Lewis inspired beats and theatrical vocal delivery.
Technicolour is an eclectic anthem that feels like a hopeful entry brimming with the positivity and diversity that the Eurovision Song Contest represents. Montaigne notes: “I’m so excited to present Technicolour to the world! I think it does it all – makes you want to cry, makes you want to dance, makes you want to take on a malignant corporate power – and I think that it is both forward-thinking and suitable for Eurovision.”
The track is forward-thinking as Montaigne states, yet vibrant and wonderfully danceable. It marks a huge difference from his cathartic previous entry Don’t Break Me. This one is much more Eurovision friendly and progressive – and in our eyes, far likely to do better in the competition. The track is produced by Dave Hammer.