UK’s Eurovision 2023 act Mae Muller’s track I Wrote A Song dubbed a ‘banger’

Now that we finally know who’ll be representing the UK at the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest, it’s time to give her song a listen… and it’s already been dubbed a ‘banger’.

The big reveal came on Thursday’s BBC Radio 2’s Breakfast Show with Zoe Ball, when Rylan Clark also came on the air to announce Mae Muller as the UK’s next act for the competition.

Mae, 25, said that it was ‘surreal’ to have been chosen before her track I Wrote A Song was played on the airwaves.

The song, which was released last month, features a fun-filled music video packed with dance choreography, a variety of backdrops and an array of sparkly costumes… providing just a hint at what Eurovision fans can expect from the singer’s upcoming performance at the competition in Liverpool, as she follows in Sam Ryder’s footsteps.

After their first listen of I Wrote A Song, several Twitter users gushed over the earworm of a track/

‘This is a Eurovision banger!!!!!!!! Go Mae!!!!!!!!!!’ one person exclaimed, as another wrote: ‘Love it! I needed an upbeat pop banger and here it is.’

‘Congratulations!!!! Catchy rhythm. We all feel like dancing to it,’ someone else said, while another expressed their view that it sounded ‘very TikTok friendly’, a surefire way to gain thousands, if not millions, of fans on social media.

‘Tuuuunnnee. Very catchy,’ one person summarised, while someone else compared Mae’s song to the other artists taking part.

‘Eurovision is full of rock/techno/alternative songs this year. A catchy pop banger like this will stand out. Really pleased with our entry,’ they wrote.

Mae was selected after what’s been described as an ‘extensive search’, having been recognised with nominations at the MTV EMAs and VMAs in 2022.

Her music has been streamed more than 2billion times on Spotify, where she also boasts 5.5million monthly listeners.

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