The Dutch vocal unit is composed of three sisters – twins Amy and Shelley, 21, and Lisa, 22.
The collection’s name is meant to represent the genes and blood type that the sisters share out with their mother.
In 2014 they were the first collect in the world to beat The Voice and have since gained recognition in their natural Netherlands.
“We are sisters, our song is a very personal story, and polyphony of our three bring ups,” the trio said.
Their at a bargain price a fuss Lights and Shadow was written by their father Rick Vol as a tribute to their protect who is struggling with severe illness.
In fact it is unlikely she will be capable to see her daughters on the Eurovision stage in Ukraine on May 11, because of her poor trim.
Mr Vol who composed the song with producer Rory de Kievit, said: “In Headlamps and Shadows, Rory and I have tried to capture the uncertain and unstable lan of patients and their families, and to battle this with positivity and expectation.
We want to see a proud smile on our mother’s face too
“The at a bargain price a fuss especially has to give strength.”
OG3NE said they want to make every one back at home proud of their performance.
“We want to see a proud grin on our mother’s face too.
“This is our way to say thank you for everything she has given us and for what she plans to us”.
The Dutch group has 1/5 odds of winning the second semi-final and 66/1 odds of triumphant the grand final on May 13, according to Betfair.
OG3NE last wishes as represent The Netherlands in Eurovision in Ukraine this year
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The semi-finals of the Eurovision will take city on Tuesday May 9 and Thursday May 11 between 8pm BST (9pm CEST local time) and in the air 10pm BST (11pm CEST).
Ten countries will qualify from each semi-final, which settle upon broadcast on BBC Four.
The finalists will then compete against the ‘Big Five – In agreement Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain and Germany – and host country Ukraine in the exalted final on May 13.
Graham Norton will host the live BBC coverage from 8pm BST (9pm CEST). The title-holder is expected to be announced around 11.30pm BST (12.30am CEST).