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🇸🇪 The Mamas release their new single ‘Let It Be’

Even though The Mamas did not go to Eurovision this year, that did not stop them from spreading some love to everyone, as they release their new single ‘Let It Be’, which is the follow-up to their Eurovision entry ‘Move’.

Listen to ‘Let It Be’

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About ‘Let It Be’

Let It Be, was written by the same team who has brought you ‘Move’ ( Melanie Wehbe, Patrik Jean and Herman Gardarfve). When the song was released, The Mamas have explained the insight on what the track is about:

“We’ve known each other for a little over a year, during which we’ve had a roller coaster of emotions and experiences. If ‘Move’ describes life in general, ‘Let It Be’ reflects the time we live in now. We were living our dreams just a little while ago, and now we’re in a reality where we’re worried about the health of our families and friends and the state of the world. “Let It Be” encourages us and reminds us that you can only change what’s possible to change, and that you have to keep believing that everything else will be resolved.”

Let It Be’ is a song about love, perseverance and patience. Love leads the way, although we cannot always change the circumstances of what we’re going through at the moment. Sometimes we just have to let it be.

The Mamas on ‘Let It Be

EP to come by the end of summer

As their latest single was released, it was confirmed that they will be releasing an EP by the end of summer. It’s also been confirmed they will once again do a huge Christmas show in December – ‘A Christmas Night To Remember’ – at Maximteatern in Stockholm, Sweden.

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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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