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๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆ Maruv releases music video for new single “Sad Song”

MARUV continues to keep us fed

Despite the global pandemic being far from over, we’ve been treated to new music from many Eurovision stars over the past few months. Though technically not a Eurovision alum, MARUV has continued to gift us with bops over the past year. Her latest is “Sad Song” (topical), which as a reliably sultry video to match.

Over the past year, MARUV has continued to be one of the most prolific Eurovision-adjacent artists. Since her Vidbir-winning hit “Siren Song”, MARUV has released 5 singles and an EP – Hellcat Story. To sufficed to say, us fans have been kept fed.

Even with you-know-what, she’s STILL coming through with the goods. This week she released yet another sleek and seductive video for “Sad Song”, her latest single. You can watch the video below:

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About MARUV

MARUV known in Ukraine and Russia for hit singles like โ€œDrunk Grooveโ€ and โ€œFor You,โ€ is best known to us as the winner of Vidbir in February 2019 with โ€œSiren Song.โ€ As the winner, she was supposed to represent Ukraine at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv. However, after UA:PBC offered her an overly demanding contract, MARUV did not represent Ukraine, and the country withdrew.

Despite this, her career has continued to flourish. She appeared on Dancing With The Stars and released a number of singles and an EP. Despite her bad experience with the broadcaster, could we see her make her way to the Eurovision stage after all? In the meantime, her influence seems to be inspiring Moldova’s 2021 entry…

What do you think of “Sad Song”? Are you still hoping to see MARUV at Eurovision? Let us knowBe sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to see our reactions to the over the coming months.

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