Today sees the release of 'My Body', the Australia Decides 2022 entry which Seann Miley Moore hopes will see him head to Turin in May to represent Australia.
'My Body' has been released in Australia, it will be officially released in each country at midnight on February 18.
In mid-December, Seann was revealed as one of four more acts set to compete on the Gold Coast for 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2022 . A 'The Voice Australia' and 'The X Factor UK' alumnus, Seann's live TV performances to date have showcased his powerhouse renditions of hits by Queen and Andrea Bocelli.
In a recent interview with Aussievision Seann revealed details about how his Australia Decides song came about and what to expect:
"There were some some gorgeous submissions from all around Australia. One of the songs selected was 'My Body' written by the fabulous indie artists, No Frills Twins. The Eurovision team, Paul and the team were like, "We'd love for you to be involved". And I was like, "Wait, hold on me?". Okay, um, I was like, "Can I sing my own song and they're like, look, we'll get to your song, once you win it you can release the song you want, but we'd love for you to sing 'My Body'. I listened to it, fell in love with the song, fell in love with the lyrics and reworked it with gorgeous Sean Carey."
"I'm going to be delivering you all the, it's an anthem, honey, it is an anthem and we've mixed you know just opulent beautiful inspiring chords with this amazing like Euro trash dance pop underneath. Big notes, big beauty, big boldness, body -ody -ody. I'm excited really excited"
Seann will perform alongside ten other acts on February 26 in the hope of securing a place at the 66th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, Italy.
To find out more about Seann, his background and his musical career, check out our article 'Getting to know Seann Miley Moore'.
‘My Body’ is available now on iTunes and for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music.
Also follow our Spotify playlist of all the 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2022 songs here: