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🇳🇱 Duncan Laurence releases Love Don’t Hate It

The Eurovision winner’s follow up single has been released

After winning the Eurovision Song Contest earlier this year, 2019 winner Duncan Laurence has released his follow-up single to his Eurovision winning entry, titled ‘Love Don’t Hate It’

Listen to Love Don’t Hate It

You can now listen to ‘Love Don’t Hate It’ on the following platforms:

Spotify:

Apple Music

Youtube

About ‘Love Don’t Hate It’

When the song was released a few hours ago, Duncan has expressed his thanks to the fans for their support. He has gone on to explain more about what his song is about:

Love Don’t Hate It is a song about fighting for who you are and who you choose to love. Because in the end it is always your choice to make. It’s my answer against the hate in the world, that will always keep trying to break down what we crave most: love.

Duncan Laurence on Love Don’t Hate It

Within the song, Duncan also sings about taking chances when it comes love and potential relationships and that sometimes it is a risk worth taking:

Don’t pull back if you start to fall

Let ourselves get a little lost

Let’s not complicate it

If it’s Love don’t hate it

Lyrics from Love Don’t Hate It

Duncan Laurence at the Eurovision Song Contest

The Netherlands internally selected Duncan Laurence to represent them at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. In Tel Aviv, Duncan managed to bring The Netherlands to the Grand Final for a fourth consecutive year.

In addition to his participation in the Grand Final, Duncan also managed to win the ‘Press Award’ for the ‘Marcel Bezençon Awards’ as voted for by the Press.

And after 44 years, Duncan managed to win the Eurovision Song Contest for The Netherlands. The last time the country won the contest was in 1975 with “Ding-a-dong”.

Have you listened to ‘Love Don’t Hate It? Let us know what you think in the comments section 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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