The BBC has announced plans to reveal the act and song to represent the United KIngdom on Monday, March 3.
"OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: @scott_mills will premiere our UK act and song in a Red Button, iPlayer exclusive next Monday at 7.30pm," the official BBC Eurovision Twitter handle announced.
"We're also excited to have found our act through their association with @bbc_introducing"
BBC Eurovision Executive Producer Guy Freeman also posted a blog about the selection process, explaining the thinking behind the new approach.
"It's clear there's a disconnect between what kind of songs and artists are now winning Eurovision, versus the stereotype that many people – including much of the music industry - still hold in their minds," he wrote.
"Yes, novelty songs and acts do still turn up in the show, provide great entertainment and make good press - but they don't tend to win.
"So, early on in plans for 2014, we took the view that we needed a bespoke, contemporary song, written specifically to suit the conditions of the competition - rather than trying to get lucky with a pre-existing track from an artist."
The Eurovision Song Contest 2014 will take place at the B&W Hallerne in Copenhagen, Denmark on May 10.
Former X Factor contestant Ruth Lorenzo will represent Spain, while Eoghan Quigg will compete to represent Ireland later this evening (February 28).