Now That’s What I Call… The Extended Eurovision Universe
As any Eurovision megafan knows, Eurovision neither starts nor ends with the main contest. From National Final season introducing the world to new and exciting artists, to former Junior Eurovision artists, to the big-name songwriters and producers that work behind the scenes, people from all over the music industry make Eurovision the amazing thing that it is. Here are some of the best new releases by Eurovision-adjacent acts.
Noa Kirel – “Gone”
Noa Kirel could drop her Eurovision 2023 entry any moment, and any of the many songs she releases might also shed some light on what direction her track will end up going in. And Noa Kirel has been very busy, releasing a number of songs and featuring on a bunch more. Her latest single is “Gone,” a break-up pop track in which Noa sings that her favourite thing about her ex-partner is that their gone from her life. Some traditional instrumentation sprinkled throughout gives the song a nice bit of extra flair and personality.
Samira Manners – “Not An Answer”
Samira Manners was one of my favourites of Melodifestivalen last year, and she is back with new music. You can read all about her new song “Not An Answer” here:
Listen to all the songs above and more
We’ve made a handy Spotify playlist of the songs in this article and all other releases from Eurovision artists this month, including remixes and other special releases. So get ready for everything from Brooke and Lordi to Aksel Kankaanranta, SENNEK, Anxhela Peristeri, and AWS’ first track with their new vocalist. The playlist gets updated every month, so don’t forget to follow it to always stay up to date. Did we miss anything? Then send Angus a message over on Twitter.
What is your favourite Eurovision related release of this month? As always, let us know what you think by commenting below. Also, be sure to follow ‘That Eurovision Site’ on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter as we prepare for Eurovision 2023.
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