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‘Love Love Peace Peace’ to be released as a single

The widely popular song from the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest interval act, “Love Love Peace Peace” which featured as the interval act in Stockholm will be released as a single in due course.

Edward af Sillén, who directed and co-wrote the song for the contest with musician Fredrik Kempe posted on social media that the song will be released as a single, however no date has been confirmed.

“Love Love Peace Peace” featured as part of the interval act at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest

The interval act took a quirky look at the Eurovision Song Contest’s history which featured 2006 and 2009 winner’s for Norway and Finland respectively, Alexander Rybak and Lordi. It also parodied the Russian grandmothers from 2012, Maria Yaremchuk’s hamster wheel from “Tick Tock” as well as Bulgaria’s “DJ, Take me away” by Deep Zone and Balthazar from 2008.

 

1 thought on “‘Love Love Peace Peace’ to be released as a single”

  1. Yes! I’ve been waiting for this to happen! I’ve been singing this song all day long since the final! Yay!

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