After representing Denmark in Eurovision 2021, where they came close to qualifying for the Grand Final, the duo Fyr Og Flamme released their debut album. With the homonymous title to the band, the work comprises 10 songs, highlighting “Ove os pa hinanden”, a song they defended in Rotterdam, as well as the three previously released singles.
After finishing last in the semifinals, singer Lesley Roy, Irish representative in Rotterdam, released a new single. titled “I’ll Be Fine”, the song was produced and composed by Philip Strand and Emelie Eriksson, two of the responsible for the theme that the singer performed in the 2021 Eurovision.
At the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, Blind Channel from Finland attracted attention with their rock sound. Now there is a new song to be heard. The track is called “Balboa”. Here you can find it together with the official video.
Fans of Australia’s 2021 entrant Montaigne would be thrilled to know that she has dropped a new song entitled, ‘My Life Is Better With You’. The song comes as Montaigne was unfortunately forced to reschedule her tour thanks to the ongoing COVID crisis in Australia and is the Sydney-based singer’s first offering post-Eurovision.
Finnish pop legend Erika Vikman has today released her debut album. Titled – what else – ‘Erika Vikman’. An album of hi-camp synthpop inspired by the more glamorous sides of the ’70s and ’80s. Even the slow-tempo (if you could call them slow) numbers are beyond decent and ludicrously decadent. It’s an album to play from start to finish – with there being no dip in quality throughout. Like a gripping film you can’t look away from, the drama never ceases.
Fresh for your weekend playlists, one of Melodifestivalen‘s leading talents is back with a brand new single! Dotter follows up ‘Little Tot’, with a change in music direction in the chart ready anthem, ‘Jealous’.
Sadly, AWS member and Eurovision alum rs Siklósi died of leukemia on February 6th of this year. Many bands and Eurovision fans flocked to social media to recall rs’ impact, and now it’s the band’s chance to reflect on his life. The music video for their new single “Emlékszem/I Remember” begins with a tiny child strolling through a forest and several doors. Occasions from rs’ life are projected onto these doors as the video unfolds, depicting moments when he was performing and happiest. The band emerges from behind the closed doors, singing along to the song’s lyrics and reflecting on their bandmate and buddy.
Former Hooverphonic member Luka Cruysberghs has released her first solo single “Not Too Late”.