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Loin d'ici

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Vienna, Austria

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ZOË is a 19-year old singer and songwriter from Vienna, Austria. After graduating high school she immediately started a promising career as an actor and musician. In the first season of the successful ORF show Vorstadtweiber she played the role of Laura. In the ORF show Wer singt für Österreich (Who sings for Austria), the qualification for the Austrian candidate to the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, she landed #3 and impressed the audience and the jury.

Her debut album Debut was released in October 2015 and peaked in the charts at #5. Her first single Mon Coeur a Trop Aimé was 16 weeks in the charts and reached #12. She is nominated for two Amadeus Austrian Music Awards (the most prestigious Austrian music award) as Female Artist of the Year and as Song of the Year. She will represent Austria in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 after winning this year’s edition of Wer singt für Österreich with her Loin d’Ici.



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