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🇦🇺 Dami Im releases new single ‘Paper Dragon’

Paper Dragon is Dami's first release through ABC Music

After getting signed to a new record label, Australia’s Eurovision 2016 representative Dami Im has released her new single ‘Paper Dragon’, which is her first release in two years.

To coincide with the release of her new single, Dami has released a music video for Paper Dragon, which you are able to watch below:

About ‘Paper Dragon’

Upon the release of ‘Paper Dragon’, Dami has revealed more about the track on her website. This is where she has revealed, that ‘Paper Dragon’ was suppose to be her entry for Eurovision: Australia Decides. If you would remember, Dami announced her participation for the 2021 edition of the competition earlier this year.

However, as Montaigne was confirmed as Australia’s 2021 Eurovision representative, the 2021 edition of Eurovision: Australia Decides will not take place. However, it’s been revealed that it will return in 2022. Whether Dami will throw her hat in the ring once again?; only time will tell.

Dami co-wrote the song with Elanor Witt, and was produced by Konstantin Kersting. ‘Paper Dragon’ is a nod to Dami’s love of synth pop, reminiscent of her hits ‘Super Love’ and ‘Gladiator’.

Upon the motivation to release the track, Dami mentions that “we need something fun and colourful and happy.”

Listen to ‘Paper Dragon’

You are now able to listen to Dami’s latest single release, via the following streaming platforms:


Apple Music

Moreover, you can follow us (escxtra) and our “New Music Friday” playlist on Spotify, so you never miss a new release from your favourite Eurovision artists.

Dami Im at the Eurovision Song Contest

In 2016, Dami Im was internally selected to represent Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest. Her participation in Stockholm, saw Australia qualify for the Grand Final for the first time, where she ended placing 2nd. Her participation is Australia’s best result to date.

What do you think of Dami’s latest single? How do you think it would’ve fared if it competed in Eurovision Australia Decides? Let us know! Be 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 news in the upcoming months.

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