10 Things About…D-Mol!

D-Mol will represent Montenegro at Eurovision 2019. Find out more about the band with our 10 Things About…D Mol!

1. D Mol are a six piece Montenegrin band who were formed in 2019 and who are based in Podgorica.

2. Their members are Tamara Vujačić, Mirela Ljumić, Željko Vukčević, Ivana Obradović, Emel Franca and Rizo Feratović.

3. They were formed at the private music school by Daniel Alibabic, who acts as the group’s mentor.

4. Daniel is a former member of No Name, the band who represented Serbia and Montenegro at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest, finishing seventh with the song ‘Zauvijek moja’.

5. The band’s name is derived from the Montengrin word for D Minor.

6. The band’s name was originally ‘D-Moll’ but this was changed to ‘D-Mol’, choosing to drop the second L in March 2019.

7. D Mol entered the Montenegrin Eurovision selection Montevizija in 2019 with the song ‘Heaven’. They competed against four other well seasoned artists including Ivana Popović-Martinović, Andrea Demirović, Nina Petković and Monika Knezović.

8. The song impressed the juries and advanced to the super final, a two way contest between them and Ivana Popović-Martinović, determined by the public vote. D Mol won the contest with 62% of the vote.

9. The band have been praised in particular for their staging of their song at Montevizija which saw them sing with the backdrop of a musical scale and each of the band members lining up on the scale as musical notes.

10. ‘Heaven’ is composed by Dejan Božović and the lyrics are written by Adis Eminić. Eminić is also the lyricist behind ‘Space’, the 2017 Montenegrin entry by hair flipping talent Slavko Kalezic.

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