With the track “What You Were Made For,” Måns Zelmerlöw begins a new musical chapter. It may be a fresh beginning, but Måns Zelmerlöw is drawing influence from the past – 1980s pop. In the lyrics, Sweden’s Eurovision 2015 champion conveys an upbeat message.
Balkan girls, ba-ba-ba! Hurricane is making it plain that they are not interested in just any male. Serbia’s Eurovision 2021 trio warn a suitor in their new track “Gospodine…” (“Sir…”) that they won’t be buying what he’s selling.
Mother Nature isn’t always on your side, and “it just keeps pouring.” MARO from Portugal takes the feeling and applies it to a boring relationship. The Eurovision 2022 contestant does not feel the collaboration will succeed and believes it is time to call it quits.
Efendi was influenced by heroines like “Cleopatra” and “Mata Hari.” And now, the Eurovision 2021 contestant is opening up about “Being A Woman.” The song isn’t a full-fledged #MeToo feminist hymn. Instead, the Azeri singer delivers a pop song about a woman’s desire for love.
Ireland’s 2022 Eurovision representative Brooke Scullion has released her newest single ‘Tongues’, which is her first single since her Eurovision song was released in January.
Armenia’s 2022 representative Rosa Linn seems to be part of the second group. She took the time to share with her fans a cover of one of the competing entries this year, Portugal’s “Saudade, Saudade”.
The first song that stood out to me from ESC. One of my favorites…
Worked on its cover in my hotel room in the Netherlands. @itsameeemaro this song is 🤍
Sorry for my Portuguese😄🇵🇹 pic.twitter.com/utQlaCgXbT
— Rosa Linn (@rosalinnmusic) May 26, 2022
Eurovision may be over for another year, but the bangers keep coming with the release of a new collaboration between Eurovision 2021 alumni Montaigne (Australia) and Daði Freyr (Iceland).