Victor Crone is set to represent Estonia with 'Storm'.
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5 May 2019 - 6:04 PM  UPDATED 5 May 2019 - 6:05 PM

Swede Victor Crone will represent Estonia at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. 

In 2015 Victor competed in Melodifestivalen, the Swedish national final for the Eurovision Song Contest, alongside Swedish-Iranian rapper Behrang Miri with the song Det rår vi inte för, making it to the second chance round. In 2017 he had a big hit alongside Swedish-Norwegian duo Tungevaag & Raaban with the song Coming Up, which has been streamed over 18 million times on Spotify.

Victor feels his song Storm should be open to the interpretation of the listener, but describes it as a song about: "weathering hard times – and knowing that they will eventually come to an end."

Victor says that representing Estonia is a huge honour that he does not take lightly. He is currently based in Estonia and is challenging himself to learn one new Estonian word every day. 

Storm

English

All my life I've wondered why
I keep fighting all the tides
For a million reasons that I find
But I might, I might be all wrong

I've hit highs and I've hit lows
But somewhere down the winding road
It felt like I could lose it all
But I might, I might have been wrong

A storm like this
Can break a man like this
But when it all calms down
We're still safe and sound

All my life I've tried to find
The meaning of what's left behind
They say it's life itself but I
Feel it might, it might be all wrong

A storm like this
Can break a man like this
But when it all calms down
We're still safe and sound

Even if the sky falls down
We can turn it all around
We'll escape the darkest clouds
And we'll be safe and sound

Wherever we may go
Whatever happens down the road
However far from home
I know we won't let go

In no time the storm will end
And it’ll be alright again
The battle scars won't matter then
But I might, I might be all wrong