Ireland's Eurovision 2017 singer Brendan Murray has released a new single called 'Way Too Fast'. The song is available on Spotify and Apple Music.
The latest release for the singer from Galway in Ireland follows up his Eurovision song 'Dying To Try', which was both his maiden solo single and the song that he failed to take Ireland to the Eurovision Grand Final with in Kyiv in 2017, finishing 13th in semi-final 2 with 86 points.
You can check out his new single and accompanying music video on the link below:
Before being given Ireland's Eurovision 2017 ticket, Brendan was in a successful Irish boy band called Hometown, managed by Louis Walsh. He was a part of the band when they recorded two number 1 singles in Ireland, 'Where I Belong' in 2014 and 'Cry For Help' in 2015. The band have never officially split up, but are taking an extended break for the foreseeable future.
Ireland still hold the record for most Eurovision wins by any country - having won the contest 7 times, as well as being the only country ever to win the contest three years running - 1992 when Linda Martin asked 'Why Me?', 1993 when Niamh Kavanagh was 'In Your Eyes' and 1994 when Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan reminded Europe that we are all 'Rock 'n' Roll Kids'.
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