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Blind Channel release new single ‘Don’t Fix Me’

Blind Channel have released their new single ‘Don’t Fix Me’. The Finnish rock band have continued to release music since coming sixth in Eurovision 2021. ‘Don’t Fix Me’ is the fifth song to be released off their upcoming album Lifestyles Of The Sick & Dangerous, following ‘Balboa’, ‘We Are No Saints’ and ‘Bad Idea’ and ‘Dark Side’.

After scoring a continental hit with ‘Dark Side’, Blind Channel began releasing new songs to capitalise on their success, and have continued scoring hits in their home country of Finland. They released ‘Balboa’ and ‘We Are No Saints’ in 2021, and ‘Bad Idea’ earlier in 2022. In December 2021, they announced the European Sick & Dangerous tour. The album Lifestyles Of The Sick & Dangerous is due to be released 8th July, ahead of the tour dates in Europe. The album is their first under a big record label, after signing an international record deal with Century Media Records.

Blind Channel – Don’t Fix Me

‘Don’t Fix Me’ is the latest single from Blind Channel. The song lyrically is about resisting being ‘fixed’, and that ‘maybe I was born to be broken’, which in the language of emo rock bands, is about self-confidence and being who you are, problems and all.

Blind Channel’s blend of rap and rock give this track a great energy as usual, all leading up to a belting chorus.

Blind Channel at Eurovision

Blind Channel performed ‘Dark Side’ at Eurovision in 2021. They gave Finland their best result in Eurovision since 2006, finishing 6th and scoring 301 points. They scored a particularly high result on the televote, with 218 of their total points coming from the public.

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Isaac Sturtridge

I like the heavy and weird entries in Eurovision. I also like stats and diving deep into Eurovision stories. My picture is not of me.

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