Miles Graham

Ireland: Listen to the sixth and final song, bidding to represent the country at Eurovision 2022!

As you’ve already read in our past articles, a while ago, the sixth and final song bidding to represent Ireland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, premiered on RTÉ Radio 1, during the “Ryan Tubridy Show“, at 10:00 CET.

 

The next song hoping to represent Ireland this year is “Yeah, we’re gonna get out of it” by Miles Graham and you can listen to its extended version below:

Who is Miles Graham

Miles was first play-listed on BBC Radio 2 in 2015 with his track “I Can’t Love You Again” from his debut EP “Air in my lungs”.

The Dublin-born singer-songwriter was one of the final Irish acts to perform in session on the late great Sir Terry Wogan’s Radio 2 show. His soulful toned voice won him a lot of support elsewhere on the station like Cerys Matthews at 6 Music and Laura Whitmore BBC Radio 5 show.

He’s also carved out a sideline niche as a featured artist and co-writer on several dance records. His collaboration on DJ outfit L’Tric’s “1994″ on their Ibiza anthem in 2016, which has clocked over 10 million Spotify plays. Don Diablo’s “Bright Skies (The bit you know)” 2018 and DJ Tom Budin’s “Reckless”.

His latest 4 track EP “All the right things” was produced when he signed to Pressure Records/Peer Music UK in 2020.

The rest of the songs

Now we know the entire lineup of contestants, that will compete in the hopes of representing Ireland, at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest, in Turin.

The selection process

All the above-mentioned songs will compete with each other in the Late Late Eurovision Special, on the 4th of February, which will act as this year’s national final for Ireland. Ryan Tubridy will be the presenter of the show, where the Irish entry of this year will be selected.

Stay tuned at Eurovisionfun, for all the latest developments regarding the Irish entry for Eurovision 2022!

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