Lonely Planet (song)

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"Lonely Planet"
Single by Dorians
Released 2013
Format Digital download
Recorded 2013
Genre Rock
Length 3:00
Songwriter(s) Vardan Zadoyan
Armenia "Lonely Planet"
ESC2013 - Armenia 01.jpg
Eurovision Song Contest 2013 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Language
Composer(s)
Lyricist(s)
Vardan Zadoyan
Finals performance
Semi-final result
7
Semi-final points
69
Final result
18
Final points
41
Appearance chronology
◄ "Boom Boom" (2011)   
"Not Alone" (2014) ►
Music video
"Lonely Planet" on YouTube

"Lonely Planet" is a song recorded by Armenian rock band Dorians. It is best known as Armenia's entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2013, held in Malmö, Sweden.[1][2] The lyrics were written by Vardan Zadoyan and the music was written and produced by Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi.[3][4][5]

It qualified for the final where it finished in 18th place with 41 points.

Track listing

Digital download
  1. Lonely Planet – 3:00
  2. Lonely Planet (Remix) – 2:58

References

  1. ^ «Armenia: Lonely planet is the song selected for Gor Sujyan»
  2. ^ «Gor Sujyan to sing "Lonely Planet" for Armenia»
  3. ^ «Sabbath star Tony Iommi writes Eurovision entry»
  4. ^ «Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi writes Armenian Eurovision entry»
  5. ^ «Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi says Eurovision song may be 'slagged off'»
Preceded by
"Boom Boom"
Armenian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest
2013
Succeeded by
"Not Alone"


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