‘Eurovision, Australia Decides’ sees ten acts compete on 9 February to represent the country in Israel next May. Already SBS has confirmed receipt of over 700 potential entries.
The first four acts locked in for the event are award-winning singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke, the indie pop band Sheppard, the pop-opera star Mark Vincent and the modern electric-soul duo Electric Fields (pictured).
A professional jury will first score the performances during a show to be recorded on 8 February. It airs ahead of the final the following night when viewers also get to vote.
More names are to be confirmed in the coming days.