The winner of Eurovision Song Contest 2019, Duncan Laurence, from The Netherlands, is back with his follow up single, “Someone Else”,after last year’s epic victory in Tel Aviv and his debut EP  Worlds On Fire. 

The ESC 2019 winner Duncan is moving on his path into the international music scene and after his European tour is now dropping his new piece work, his debut EP Worlds On Fire  along with a brand new single  “Someone Else”. 

His new song was recorded  in Los Angeles with a team of  songwriters and producers, among which Brett “Leland” McLaughlin and Bram Inscore. McLaughlin and Inscore have collaborated in the past with international stars such as Troye Sivan, Selena Gomez, Icona Pop.

Duncan’s new single is a contemporary indie-pop track that talks about all the emotions people feels when they go back thinking of their past relationships. Duncan himself gives the story behind his new track as a comment under the official video:

“Someone Else’ is about the feeling you can get when you’re all by yourself and your head starts spinning and replaying memories of a previous relationship. The emotional roller coaster of constantly thinking of that one person you loved so deeply but who you can’t be with anymore.”

“I think it’s a feeling a lot of people go through right now. Where you normally find comfort and distraction in your daily life, these days you are confronted almost every minute with those thoughts: like breaking up with a loved one and going crazy at the thought they’ve maybe already moved on to someone else…”

Listen to Duncan’s new track below:

Duncan’s new track is part of his first EP titiled ‘Worlds on Fire’. The record sees a total of five tracks in total, including his Eurovision winning song “Arcade” and the single “Love Don’t Hate It”. The EP also includes two other brand-new songs, “Beautiful” and “Yet”.

Duncan in Eurovision 

In 2019 Duncan Laurence was internally selected by the Dutch broadcaster, AVROTROS, to represent The Netherlands at Eurovision 2019 in Tel Aviv,with the song ‘Arcade’. The Netherlands received a total of 498 points, with 261 points from the public and 237 points from the professional juries confirming the bookies that wanted Duncan winner from the day his song was released.