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Olly Alexander has announced new solo single and Eurovision entry ‘Dizzy’, due out on 01 March 2024 on Polydor Records.

The song was written by Olly and seminal electronic producer Danny L Harle.

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Following news of the Eurovision Song Contest launch, Olly commented, “I’ve loved watching Eurovision ever since I was a little kid and I’m beyond excited to be taking part next year. As a young boy I always looked forward to this incredible event of unbridled joy, the wonderfully chaotic mix of musical styles, theatrical performances, heartfelt emotion and humour. I really can’t believe I’m going to be a part of such a special legacy and fly the flag for the UK in the gayest way possible, it shall be an honour! I’ve wanted to do this for a long time and it feels like the right moment to start releasing music under my own name. I’m determined to give it everything I’ve got and put on an excellent and unforgettable performance for you all!”

Across three hugely successful albums to date, the singer, actor and fashion icon has scored two No.1 UK albums, 10 UK Top 40 singles and was recently awarded the BRIT Billion Award.

Having headlined arenas and festivals worldwide, Olly Alexander has collaborated with the likes of Sir Elton John, Kylie and Pet Shop Boys. He also starred in the Russell T Davies show ‘It’s A Sin’, which won Best New Drama at the National Television Awards. Additionally, the artist was nominated for Leading Actor at the 2022 BAFTA Television Awards.

With Years & Years evolving into a solo project, Olly Alexander is kicking off a brand-new solo era with ‘Dizzy’.

The Eurovision Song Contest will place in Malmö, Sweden on 11 May 2024.

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