Katrina releases song sent for Eurovision

Katrina Leskanich has released the song that she intended to send for the Eurovision Song Contest.

Back in February the singer who won the contest in 1997, revealed that she had sent a song to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2020, and Katrina has now released that song. The song forms part of Katrina’s latest album ‘Hearts, Loves & Babys’, due to be released on 28th August.

On Twitter Katrina said in a video:

My brand new single ‘I want to love again’ is out this Friday. This is the song I wrote for the Eurovision Song Contest last year.

You can listen to her song below:

Aswell as releasing ‘I want to love again’, on 31st July Katrina released the 1st single from her album ‘Drive’. You can see the music video to this below:

What do you think of the new song? Do you think the UK could’ve done well with the song? Will you be buying Katrina’s latest album? Let us know in the comments section below!

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