Duncan Laurence releases follow-up single ‘Love Don’t Hate It’

The winner of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest has today released his follow-up single titled ‘Love Don’t Hate It’.

Since winning Eurovision back in May with his touching piano ballad ‘Arcade’, it’s been a busy few months for Duncan who has been planning an upc, working with the EBU and Dutch broadcasters on preparations for next years Eurovision Song Contest all whilst writing and recording lots of new music.

The first of his new music to drop is single ‘Love Don’t Hate It’ which you can check out now:

The song is a powerful electro-ballad with an explosive chorus and allows his unique vocals to shine. Posting on his Facebook account earlier today alongside the release, Duncan speaks about the meaning of the song:

“There are no boundaries, no limits when it comes to love. It’s the purest thing we have in this world and yet so many people, including myself, have to fight for it every single day. Because of their looks, their beliefs, their gender, their sexuality. Because of what others judge them for. LOVE DON’T HATE IT is a song about fighting for who you are and who you choose to love. Because in the end it is always your choice to make. It’s my answer against the hate in the world, that will always keep trying to break down what we crave most: love.”

Duncan Laurence

The song is licensed to Universal Music Group, and comes at the same time that Laurence announced that he has signed with Capital Records. Duncan also performed the song live for the first time tonight on Dutch television show ‘De Wereld Draait Door’. Check out his performance here:

Duncan Laurence won Eurovision with his piano ballad ‘Arcade’, which went on to score 498 points in the final. You can re-listen to his winning performance here:

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