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The group was formed by Agnes Rakovski and her father Aivars Rakovskis, Edgars Viliums and eventually Kristaps Erglis joined them. They tried to represent Latvia at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, failing to win the participation in "Eirodziesma". In 2011, their song "Upside Down" qualified for the final of the qualifying round, but the group refused to participate because Rakovska fell ill. Triana Park's debut studio album "EnterTainment" was released in 2010, but was available for purchase in August 2014, including the lead single "Iron Blue".
The group tried to represent Latvia for the sixth time in 2017 with the song "Line" and was selected for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 by a public vote with a score of 51.56%. Eventually it was announced that they would take part in the first semifinal on May 9, 2017 at the International Exhibition Center in Kiev, Ukraine.