🎶 Eurovision music round-up: January 2023

🎶 Eurovision music round-up: January 2023

Other Highlights

There is way too much music released every month to cover in-depth, but here are some of the best and biggest new tracks from other Eurovision artists:

Barbara Pravi – “Les prières – guérir” (EP)

2021 runner-up Barbara Pravi released the third part of her EP series “Les prières” (The prayers) project. The new EP, which carries the title “guérir” (healing), follows 2021 EPs “Les prières” and “Les prières – racines” (roots). The 6 track EP strikes an optimistic note, with Barbara saying to RTBF that she aims “to send positive messages to people, to things, to the universe”. The chanteuse also shared some words of advice and big news on Instagram. Writing about how to heal, she recommends us all to take a step back, open up, find hope in the small things, and take your time to heal. The big news? Her second full-length album is coming up, and that she switched labels from Capitol to Virgin Records.

Wig Wam – “High ‘N Dry”

Norway’s 2005 representatives have an album coming up, and they have a loud new single to make sure we all know about it. “High ‘N Dry” is the third single what will be the band’s second album since reuniting in 2019 following a five year hiatus. The track is the kind of hard rock they’ve made their name with post-Eurovision, with their music becoming the theme song and part of the soundtrack of HBO show “Peacemaker”. New album “Out Of The Dark” is set to be released February 10, with a vinyl edition coming out May 12th. They just released another single ahead of the album as well, “Forevermore”.

Adam Mišík ft. Ben Cristovao – “ZAPOMENOUT”

“ZAPOMENOUT” (FORGET) is the new single by singer, actor, and ESCZ 2023 host Adam Mišík and features Czechia’s 2021 representative Ben Cristovao. The track, which deals with not being able to forget an ex-partner, features a nice bit of distorted guitar and a simple beat accompanying Adam and Ben throughout.

Isaura – “Gloría”

Cláudia Pascoal is back in Festival da Canção this year, but the other half (and writer) of my favourite Eurovision entry alsoi has a new track out. “Gloría” is a song Isaura made for her mother, as she writes on Instagram. It’s an uplifting indie track that I highly recommend you check out.

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