Nicki French, the UK’s representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2000, is to release a brand new EP.
The Don’t play that song again singer will release her new EP and a brand new single at the end of the month on 30 June.
The single & EP will be titled This love and has been made available for pre-order from the Modal Production Group’s website.
This love was recorded with Mike Stock, who enjoyed massive success in the 90s and has worked with global stars like Kylie Minogue and Paul McCartney, and is released on his MPG record label.
The EP will feature a remix of Nicki’s version of Total eclipse of the heart, a song that earned her global success, Did you ever really love me and a Dave Ford remix of This love.
Nicki French represented the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest 2000.
Despite finishing 16th place in the grand final, she and her entry Don’t play that song again has remained a cult favourite amongst British fans of the contest.