🇸🇪 Frans to release debut album ‘Present’ on July 24

Sweden’s Eurovision 2016 representative Frans, has confirmed that he will be releasing his debut album ‘Present’ on July 4. Frans’s debut album comes four years after his participation, where he developed his songwriting skills and trying different music styles.

‘I want to give a bigger picture of myself as an artist and songwriter.’

When Frans announced his debut album, he commented on his experiences for the past few years and is looking forward to the release of his debut album.

Being a 16-year-old to be part of the incredible success of my song “If I Were Sorry” had was fantastic. Today I am 21 years old and have explored a larger spectrum of sounds and forms of expression that I myself feel at home in. I constantly strive to be better at what I do, which has taken time.

I want to give a bigger picture of myself as an artist and songwriter.

I am very happy and grateful to have released this album.

“Present” is a gift to myself but also to anyone who wants to listen to my new music. 😊

Frans on his experiences for the past five years and the release of his debut album (translated)

When Frans announced the release date for his debut album, it was announced that three singles will be released on three consecutive Fridays in the lead-up to the album’s release.:

  • ‘On a Wave’ – July 3
  • ‘Monday’ – July 10
  • ‘Mm mm mm’ – July 17

Frans at the Eurovision Song Contest

In 2016, Frans was selected to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song ‘If I Were Sorry’. The song was written by Frans along with Fredrik Andersson, Michael Saxell, and Oscar Fogelström.

During his participation at the 2016 contest, Frans managed to finish fifth overall, receiving 261 points from the professional juries and the televoters combined.

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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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