Spain’s Junior Eurovision participant Levi Díaz will perform ‘Reír’ (‘Laugh’) in Paris on Sunday 19 December.
The uptempo pop number, packed with energy, hope and emotion, is an invitation to children everywhere to unite and revolutionise the world with love, union and freedom.
The song premiered on Mejor Contigo on the Spanish TV channel La 1 and was composed by David Roma, who said this about Reír:
It is said that children are the hope of a new world, of a better world. All children should laugh, dance, dream and there’s no one better than them to begin today to forge that future full of colours, bright and luminous, that houses their dreams come true.
Levi will be the one to deliver that message of hope. The talented 13 year old from Barcelona captured the attention of Spanish public broadcaster RTVE with his strong performance of Never Enough in The Voice Kids.
He will be the 7th participant to represent Spain at Junior Eurovision and follows in the footsteps of Soleá who finished in third place in 2020 with the song Palante.
Spain is one of the most successful countries at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, having participated 6 times and never placing outside of the Top 5.