Australia: Kate Miller-Heidke releases her new song "This Is Not Forever’"

Australia: Kate Miller-Heidke releases her new song
Thursday, 28 May 2020

  • Kate Miller-Heidke the Australian Eurovision 2019 representative is back with some fresh music with her brand new single "This is not forever".

    The title of Kate's new song might seem to fit  the current circumstances urging people to think that the present hard situation won't be the forever, however the song was written before the covid-19 outbreak. 





    Kate's new song delivers strong a message and on her twitter account explains the deep meaning behind the lines and the song's conception: 

    "I wrote it about six months ago, before all… this... happened. It’s about watching someone very close to you starting fall into a depression, and wanting to let them know that you’re there for them, in a very serious way."

    The music video for the track was a collaboration with director Christiaan Van Vuuren and choreographer Lucas Jervies. It was shot in isolation by each dancer on the phone and subsequently pieced together by Van Vuuren. You can watch the official music video below: 



    About Kate Miller-Heidke

    Kate Miller-Heidke was born November 16 in 1981. She is a singer and actress. Despite following classic music studies her career was based on alternative pop music. Although in the past she had signed contracts with several record labels in Australia , the UK and the States.She was signed to Sony Australia, Epic in the US and RCA in the UK, but is now an independent artist . As a classic music singer she has won many prizes and as an actress she has taken part in big musicals such as Sweeney Todd 

    Signed to Sony Australia, Miller-Heidke released her third EP Circular Breathing in 2006, followed by her debut album Little Eve on 15 June 2007. The album was certified gold in Australia. Miller-Heidke performed as the “female protagonist” in Michel van der Aa’s interactive song cycle film The Book of Sand, and debuted as a screen actress in the ABC comedy opera miniseries The Divorce, which was broadcast in December 2015. 

    In 2017, Miller-Heidke released a live album called, “Kate Miller-Heidke and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Live At The Sydney Opera House“. In which some of the songs include from her previous albums, such as: “The Last Day on Earth”, “O Vertigo!” and “Sarah”.If you want to get to know more of the Australian act’s work you can check her videoclips by clicking the following links:

    Words Make It Last” “Can’t Shake It” “Caught in the Crowd” “The Last Day on EarthI’ll Change Your Mind” “Ride This FeelingShare Your Air & “You’ve Underestimated Me, Dude


    Kate in Eurovision

    Miller-Heidke participated in the first ever Australian national final "Eurovision: Australia Decides"  held in Gold Coast in February 2019 and earned the right to represent the Aussies in Eurovision 2019 after winning with her entry ‘Zero Gravity’.  In Tel Aviv she qualified to the Grand final where she achieved to finish in the 9th place with 284 points. She was also the first Australian artist to win the Marcel Bezencon Artistic Award, which is awarded to the best Eurovision artist as voted by competition commentators.