KEiiNO to release ‘Praying’ on June 21

Their first single since participating in Eurovision

Eurovision 2019 Norwegian participants KEiiNO has confirmed that they will be releasing their new single ‘Praying’ on June 21. This will be their first release since their participation in Tel Aviv.

New Music on the Horizon

Since participating at the Eurovision Song Contest, KEiiNO has confirmed that they have started to record their next new single. The trio has been dropping hints on what the song is about.

Fred has posted on his Instagram account about the release of ‘Praying’ and what fans can expect from it.

We’re releasing our new single next Friday!💥 This time experimenting with a deeper joik voice. Fun fact: Can only be performed in the morning! ☕️ @keiinomusic#sápmi #joik #native #indigenous

What has KEiiNO been up to since Eurovision?

Since participating in the Eurovision Song Contest last month, KEiiNo has been performing at events in Norway. One of these events was MGP Jr, which took place in Telenor Arena (which hosted the Eurovision Song Contest in 2010, and is the biggest indoor arena in Norway).

Since participating in the contest, their Eurovision entry ‘Spirit in the Sky’ has managed to reach over 10 Million streams on Spotify.

KEiiNO has also been confirmed as one of the acts performing at this years Eurovision Cruise, which is due to take place on the 31st of August.

KEiiNO at the Eurovision Song Contest

Norway selected KEiiNO through their national selection ‘Melodi Grand Prix’ to represent them in Tel Aviv with their song ‘Spirit in the Sky’

In Tel Aviv, KEiiNO managed to bring Norway to the Grand Final for a third consecutive year. The group managed to win the popular vote and placed sixth overall in the competition with 331 Points.

KEiiNO performing at the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest

Are you excited to hear KEiiNO’s new single? Let us know in the comments below or at social media. Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates!

Tim Jumawan

I started watching Eurovision ever since I moved to the UK in 2006, obsessed since 2012 and haven't looked back since.

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