Martin Fitch released “You and I”

Polish Eurovision 2010 entrant – Martin Fitch – released new single „You and I” as well as Polish version „Dzieli nas”. It’s the first song from his debut album he is working on in London where Martin’s been living for 2,5 year. The videoclip for „You and I” talks about all kinds of divisions between people. „I invited to this project some amazing people. They all live in London and represent different religions, ethinicities and sexualities. We have f.e. 81-years old jewish grannie, drag queen, half-naked guy, beautiful Afro-American girl, Muslim woman. It’s my artistic call for equity, respect and love. I wanted to show how easily we can exclude each other. And how unfair it is, as we are all humans.” – he said.

It’s all about “Coming together”, which is also the slogan of this year’s Eurovision. Martin had the chance to meet many of this year’s participants during the London Eurovision Party. „It was a great concert and amazing party! It was great seeing you all again! I was very proud to watch Michal Szpak performing! What a talent and charisma! Well done, you smashed it! Poland should be proud to have another fantastic representative!” – he posted on his Facebook.

Martin will be the special guest of Eurofest’s Big Preview Vote 2016 in Vauxhall Tavern where he is going to host the evening and perform together with Karl William Lund (partitipant of UK National Final 2016). It is expected that Polish singer will sing his new single „You and I” and few other songs. You can find more information about the event HERE.

Martin represented Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 with the song “Legenda”. Londoners will be able to see him on stage on Digital Pride at Heaven Nightclub at 2:20pm on 30th April and during “Days of Poland Festival” on 1st May in Potters Fields Park.

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