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WATCH: Aitana releases first solo single Teléfono

Pick up your phones for this summer bop!

You might be wilting in the global heatwave, but fresh anthems for the playlists stops for nobody. After the sultry, girls with attitude joy that was Lo Malo taking over the summer, Aitana steps out on her own to release her debut solo single Teléfono.

Aitana is not calling you on her Teléfono

Written by Mauricio Rengifo, Andrés Torres & Aitana herself, Teléfono brings the Latin summer vibe we’ve come to expect from her. Recorded in Los Angeles it describes being repeatedly let down in a relationship and how she’s now doing fine on her own. There’s definitely a pattern developing from Lo Malo to this! However the new song takes a more whimsical and philosophical approach to being over it.

As the music video shows, nothing says I’m done like the classic photos being ripped from a wall scene. It’s a song that will speak to many that have suffered heartbreak. Especially the emphatic chorus line.

Today I left my phone, not to call you.

From Operación Triunfo to conquering Spain

Weeks of watching Big Brother does Fame Academy concluded with two gala shows. One which saw Aitana finish in second place with her weekly covers of chart bangers behind Amaia. Secondly, Gala Eurovision where her individual song Arde also came second. However it was the third placed duet Lo Malo with Ana Guerra that took the Spanish charts by storm. Racking up nearly 60 million views on YouTube and 50 million streams on Spotify it has spent 25 weeks in the chart and counting. Earning triple platinum status and gaining the attention of another adopted Queen of Spain, Eleni Foureira. Remember this? Well it seems the ultimate collaboration might be about to happen, as Aitana War and Eleni Foureira met up last week at Los 40‘s music festival in Murcia!

What do you think of Aitana’s new song? Do you want Eleni and Aitana War to form a new super group? Let us know in the comments and on social media @ESCXTRA

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Lisa Bird

My first Eurovision memory was watching 1994 as a hatchling. I've been tapping my talons to the bops and bangers from Europe and beyond ever since! I finally spread my wings to attending the contest in Lisbon 2018 and am now a regular at many events and national finals - especially my regular nest at Eesti Laul.

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