After a few months since she released her EP “Samira’s Little EP”, Samira Manners, who participated in Sweden’s Eurovision 2022 selection ‘Melodifestivalen’ has released her new single “Not An Answer”.
Samira “I don’t think you ever should shut the door on opportunities”
Ahead of the release of “Not An Answer” Samira spoke with Tim about her Melodifestivalen 2022 journey, as well as talking about her new single, and how she has been since she participated in the competition.
During out interview Samira talked a bit more on what “Not An Answer” is about:
“My new single ‘Not an Answer’ is about wanting answers from people, answers that you know you will never get. The song is inspired by situations that me and my friends have gone through. I have taken our stories of various difficult events and put them together in ‘Not an Answer’. How we have felt let down by others who have hurt us and how we always seem to come to the same conclusion; we don’t think we would have done that to anyone: ‘I’d never do that to you.’ To me, this song represents mine and my friends’ lives as young adults, trying to deal with the frustration we feel when big questions are left unanswered.”
Listen to “Not An Answer” on streaming platforms
You are able to listen to Samira’s latest single via the following streaming platforms
Samira Manner’s Melodifestivalen Journey
In 2022, Samira Manners made her debut in Sweden’s Eurovision 2022 selection with her entry “I Want To Be Loved”, where she placed 5th in her heat. Since her participation in Melodifestivalen, Samira has went on to guest in numerous TV shows, as well as doing live gigs all over Sweden.
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