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🇬🇧 James Newman teams up with Armin van Buuren on “Slow Lane”

Not their first time working together!

United Kingdom’s Eurovision 2020 representative James Newman has teamed up with Dutch DJ Armin van Buuren on the new single “Slow Lane”.

To coincide with the release of their collaboration, the official music video for the single has been released, which you are able to watch below:

About “Slow Lane”

This is not the first time James collaborates with the Dutch DJ. Previously he has worked with Armin van Buuren on the songs “Therapy” and “High on Your Love”.

“Slow Lane” is written by Armin van Buuren and James Newman together with Benno De Goeij, Taylor Ann Fowlis and Alan Walker. The song also appears on Armin van Buuren’s new EP “Euthymia”.

James Newman is not the only Eurovision artist to have worked with Armin van Buuren on the EP. In November he released a single together with Eurovision winner Duncan Laurence. The song “Feel Something” also appeared on Duncan’s debut studio album “Small Town Boy”.

Listen to “Slow Lane”

You are now able to listen to “Slow Lane” as well as the other songs from Armen’s EP ‘Euthymia’ via the following streaming platforms:

Spotify

Apple Music

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

James Newman at the Eurovision Song Contest

The BBC chose James Newman to represent the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “My Last Breath”. James has expressed hopes to represent the country in 2021, but the BBC has been quiet about the choice for 2021.

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