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New Music Friday – this week with KEiiNO, Tamta, Iveta Mukuchyan & more!

Ten of the best new songs from Eurovision artists!

Another week comes to an end and that means it’s New Music Friday! So it’s time to share the best new releases from the Eurovision world this week. Over the following pages is everything you need to know for your weekend playlists!

KEiiNO ft. Peder Elias – ‘A New Beginning’

Firstly on New Music Friday are the Eurovision 2019 televote winners KEiiNO. After recently winning OGAE Second Chance and releasing ‘Venus‘, they embark on ‘A New Beginning’ in latest single with Peder Elias.

Die Arkitekt, Tamta – ‘FACE’

Since representing Cyprus in 2019, Tamta released her first English language EP Awake. Along with the release of singles, ‘Seniorita‘, ‘Sex With Your Ex‘, ‘My Zone‘, ‘Yala‘ and ‘Hold On‘. Now Tamta is back with her latest English single, ‘FACE’. Together with London DJ Die Arkitekt, the pair bring an in your face track full of industrial, electronic energy. Later this month they will perform the new song as the closing act of MadWalk 2021.

Iveta Mukuchyan – ‘Ay Eta’

Easily one of Armenia’s most successful artists, Iveta Mukuchyan returns this week with new single ‘Ay Eta’. Former ‘LoveWave’ singer and her Swag-Art-School of dancers state an emphatic, ‘That’s It’ to life’s struggles. In contrast is the rhythmic Armenia percussion, as Iveta’s self-penned track tells a story of trying to find our place in the world.

Victor Crone – ‘Love Someone Like Me’

Although the former Estonian 2019 representative has been busy on songwriting duty in Eesti Laul 2022 with Stig Rästa’s ‘Interstellar’, that has not stopped him finding time to release new music.Earlier this year Victor Crone was ready to move on in ‘Waiting On Your Love’. Yet this time in ‘Love Someone Like Me’, Victor has come full circle and is full of hope and surprise that he is loved. So it shows in the uplifting guitar melody and mid-tempo production that suits his vocal.

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Lisa Bird

My first Eurovision memory was watching 1994 as a hatchling. I've been tapping my talons to the bops and bangers from Europe and beyond ever since! I finally spread my wings to attending the contest in Lisbon 2018 and am now a regular at many events and national finals - especially my regular nest at Eesti Laul.

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