🇸🇪 Anna Bergendahl releases her new EP “Merry Christmas Everyone”

🇸🇪 Anna Bergendahl releases her new EP “Merry Christmas Everyone”

After her participation in this year’s Melodifestivalen, Sweden’s Eurovision 2010 representative and four-time Melodifestivalen participant Anna Bergendahl is back with her new EP “Merry Christmas Everyone” her first EP for two years since “Vera”

About “Merry Christmas Everyone”

On her latest EP, we see Anna co-writing the record with her longtime collaborator David Lindgren Zacharias, with Christmas music something that she and David enjoy writing. The title of her new EP is taken from the first track of the EP “Merry Christmas Everyone”. Upon its release, Anna gave further insight on what the track is about:

Merry Christmas Everyone is a song about figuratively finding home for Christmas. That you get to be where you want to be, with those you want to be with. That you get to breathe out, and that you give a thought to those who weren’t lucky enough to feel that way around Christmas, or maybe ever in life. It’s about counting your blessings, noticing and appreciating them

Anna on “Merry Christmas Everyone” (translated)

Listen to “Merry Christmas Everyone” on streaming platforms

You are now able to listen to “Merry Christmas Everyone” on streaming platforms


Apple Music

Anna Bergendahl’s Eurovision Journey

In 2010, Anna won the right to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, with the song “This Is My Life” which was written by Bobby Ljunggren and Kristian Lagerström. During her participation in Oslo, Anna placed 11th in the Semi-Final receiving 62 points.

Since her Eurovision participation, Anna returned to the Melodifestivalen stage on three occasions in 2019, with “Ashes to Ashes” which placed 10th in the competition in 2020, with the song “Kingdom Come” where she placed 3rd in the competition, and recently in 2022 with the song “Higher Power” which placed 12th in the Final.

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News Source: Freebird Entertainment/GulPR

Photo Source: Paulina Torbjörnsen

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