The last song of Irish selection has been revealed! Vote for your favourites!

The sixth and the final entry of the Irish selection for Eurovision 2022 has been revealed! Miles Graham will be singing “Yeah, we’re gonna get out of it”. On Monday the Irish broadcaster RTÉ, started to reveal songs competing in the selection. We had a chance to hear two songs on that day. And in the previous two days two more have been revealed – Janet Grogan – “Ashes Of Yesterday”Brooke Scullion –  “That’s Rich” and yesterday the penultimate song was revealed “One Night, One Kiss, One Promise” By Patrick O’Sullivan. RTÉ Radio 1 revealed the songs on The Ryan Tubridy Show. You can listen to Yeah, we’re gonna get out of it below

Miles Graham is an Irish singer-songwriter born in Dublin in a family of nine siblings.  He coaches the U16 soccer team in Strandhill and volunteers in local projects. He had first releasein 2015. His first EP was named Air in my lungs. Miles sang a cover of Dido’s song Thank You on BBC Radio 5 Laura Whitmore Show, dedicated to the frontline workers.

You can listen to the remaining five songs by clicking on the links below

Brooke Scullion –  “That’s Rich”
Rachel Goode – “I’m Loving Me”
Brendan Murray – “Real Love”
Janet Grogan – “Ashes Of Yesterday”
Patrick O’Sullivan – “One Night, One Kiss, One Promise”

Irish broadcaster received a total of 320 entries for the Eurovision 2022. They narrowed down to six songs which will be competing in a special version of The Late Late Show which is set to take place on 4th of February. The way the winner will be decided is by public voting and an international jury vote. Last year Ireland was represented with “Maps” by Lesley Roy which ended on last place in the first semi-final scoring just 20 points.

Vote for your favourite to represent Ireland at Eurovision 2022 below

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