Sam Ryder, this year’s runner-up at Eurovision 2022 for the United Kingdom, has released his hotly anticipated follow-up single “Somebody”.

The piano-driven upbeat pop song marks a departure from his style for Eurovision entry “Space Man” but still bears many of the hallmarks of Ryder’s music, including showcasing his impressive vocal range.

Sam will also make an appearance on Ken Bruce’s morning show on BBC Radio 2 to discuss the new single, as it has its first official airplay on UK radio. The official music video for the song is set to be released at 13:00 CEST today.

Sam Ryder’s career has gone from strength to strength since finishing as the runner-up to Kalush Orchestra in Turin, securing the United Kingdom’s best result since 1998 in the process. He has performed at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, sung the British national anthem at the Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone, reached #2 in the UK chart and appeared in various TV shows and media since his Eurovision success.

Following Ukraine’s victory at the contest and the EBU’s subsequent decision that the country was unable to host the next contest, Ryder’s second place has also secured the first British hosting of the Eurovision Song Contest for 25 years.

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