The new releases continue from Sweden, and this time, two former Melodifestivalen participants Clara Klingenström and Oscar Zia collaborated on a new single “Kan Nått Fint Få Hända Sen” which is translated to “Can Something Nice Happen Later”.
About “Kan Nått Fint Få Hända Sen”
Speaking about the song, it was mentioned that Oscar started working on the song during the pandemic, with Clara joining later on:
Life felt very quiet and empty. I had the feeling that I was waiting for something. Thinking of different ways to make life feel a little more pleasurable again, it was something that was holding me back. But I knew there was another side, I just wasn’t quite sure how to get there
It felt obvious! Clara has an incredibly cool voice and fine expression. Without knowing each other very well, I saw the same search in her that I have in me. It feels great that the song is finally getting a life of its own!
Clara then mentioned that when she heard the song, she immediately fell for it and decided to make the song together with Oscar
I think it’s a very nice and meaningful song and immediately felt that it would be a song about self love. We sing both to each other and to ourselves. This song reminds me to be kind to myself, to just let myself be for a moment when things feel too big to handle
Listen to “Kan Nått Fint Få Hända Sen” on streaming platforms
You are able to listen to Clara and Oscar’s collaboration on the following streaming platforms:
Clara Klingenström and Oscar Zia’s Melodifestivalen Journey
In 2021, Clara Klingenström participated in Melodifestivalen with her entry “Behöver Inte Dig Idag”, which she co-wrote alongside Bobby Ljunggren and David Lindgren Zacharias. Upon her participation, Clara managed to make it to the final via the Second Chance round, where she placed 5th in the final.
In 2014, Oscar Zia made his debut in Melodifestivalen when he participated in the competition with his entry “Yes We Can“, which ended up placing 8th overall. Two years later, Oscar returned to the competition wiht the song “Human”, which ended up winning the jury vote and placed as the runner-up. Since then he has returned to host the competition twice (in 2021 and 2022).
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