Conchita Wurst releases new song “All That I Wanted”

The Austrian Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst just dropped his self-written song “All That I Wanted” with a cool Visualizer, which premiered at exactly 09:00 CET on the 9th of September. The brand new song comes out ahead of Conchita’s show Music Impossible, which will continue for a second round tonight on the German television broadcaster ZDF. In case you missed the first episode, which also featured Schlager star Marianne Rosenberg (German national final 1975 and 1982), you can watch it on ZDF player through this link.

Conchita just released his first German song “Erstmal Pause” last month and the song “Paris (Savoir-Vivre)” this June, while his new show, which features many big pop stars from Germany, got off to a good start. Things are certainly going really well for the Eurovision star right now. You can watch the Official Visualizer to “All That I Wanted” here!

Conchita won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2014 with a total of 290 points, bringing Austria their second victory after 48 years. The victory had a huge cultural impact and brought more tolerance and visibility for queerness to Austria and all of Europe.
You can re-watch the historic final performance of “Rise Like A Phoenix” below!

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