Jóhanna Gudrún Jónsdóttir, who earned Iceland second place in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, has signed an agreement with record label Warner for distribution of her solo album Butterflies and Elvis.
Jóhanna Gudrún Jónsdóttir. Copyright: RÚV.
“This is a long-awaited dream which is finally coming true,” Jónsdóttir told Fréttabladid. She has been on the road performing concerts ever since obtaining her second-place success.
The agreement with Warner was signed in Sweden and Warner intends to monitor Jónsdóttir’s progress closely and potentially extend the agreement if her album proves a success.
Butterflies and Elvis will be released in the Nordic countries on July 20 with releases in other European countries following.
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