Iru releases new single – “Seen”

One month after arguably the biggest shock non-qualifier of semi final 2, Georgia’s Iru has now released a new song, Seen.

The JESC 2011 winner showcases another side of herself here, with a poppier number that also has an R&B feel. Far less busy than her 2023 entry, the track primarily focusses on Iru’s voice accompanied by simple guitar riffs. The song about a lost love is sung entirely in Georgian (except for the word Baby) and includes static white noise as well as a spoken word rap segment which both add to the conversational call like tone created. It also features something which none of the entries from this year’s lineup had – a key change.

Despite a disappointing result in Liverpool, Iru has a lot going for her at the moment. As well as releasing Seen, she has reached 50,000 TikTok followers in the last 24 hours and will also be appearing on Georgia’s Lie Detector this coming Monday 19th June.

Seen was co-arranged by Iru and Giga Kukhiandze. It was mastered by Koba Meskhya.

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