Ahead of its release tomorrow, the title of Jendrik’s Eurovision 2021 entry for Germany has been revealed as “I Don’t Feel Hate”! The song is set to be released on streaming platforms at 12:00 CET, with the video set to follow at 18:00 CET.
The title of the song was revealed on Jendrik’s YouTube channel along with the title image for the video premiere, which features the middle finger suit and the washing machines seen in his social media videos.
Just one more day!
At the start of the month, Jendrik was announced as Germany’s representative for Eurovision 2021 in Rotterdam. When he was announced as the German act, he said that taking part in the contest was “a dream come true”.
I am really looking forward to performing for Germany at the contest. Okay – I just can’t stay serious about this. Hey, everyone! I am really going to the Eurovision Song Contest! This is a dream come true. Amazing!Jendrik, Germany’s 2021 representative
Since then, he has been documenting his journey to the contest through short videos on social media, leading up to the song’s release tomorrow. Yesterday, on Instagram, he confirmed that the song will drop at noon on Thursday, with the video premiere six hours later on YouTube and on the German TV channel, ONE.
You can prepare yourself by setting a reminder for the video’s premiere below:
Who is Jendrik Sigwart?
Jendrik has enjoyed music from a young age, playing the piano and violin when he was growing up. After high school, he went on to study musical theatre at Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences.
Over the past year, Jendrik has wrote his own music during lockdown. After not being able to perform live last year, Jendrik posted a humorous video clip for one of his songs on TikTok and Instagram – “How to make a Musikvideo”.
His Eurovision entry is a self-penned song, which he wrote on his ukelele. Jendrik has added that he has always dreamed of competing in the contest, but never thought his dream would come true. In 2016, he posted his first original song – “Dibdibidi” – on YouTube:
Are you excited to hear Jendrik’s entry? Do you think he can do well?
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