Ireland’s Eurovision 2017 contestant Brendan Murray returns to the spotlight with Way too fast.
Way too fast is the latest single by young Irish artist Brendan Murray, the first release since his Eurovision 2017 participation.
Written by Brendan himself, Way too fast describes a relationship that is going too quickly, featuring the singer’s distinct vocals. Besides writing the song, Brendan Murray accompanies himself on guitar.
After his Eurovision 2017 participation, Brendan Murray has been quietly working on new musical material, which he is eager to share with his fans. He recently shared on Instagram:
It’s been a quiet year for me since I took part in Eurovision in 2017 but I’m looking forward to showing you all what I’ve been working on these last few months.
The song was produced by musician Robert Grace, who also recorded its music video.
Way too fast is available on Spotify and Apple Music. Check it out!
At Eurovision 2017
Brendan Murray (Tuam, Ireland, 1996) is an Irish vocalist and former member of the boyband Hometown.
The young artist represented Ireland at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, Ukraine, with the endearing ballad Dying to try. Unfortunately, he did not progress to the Grand Final, placing 13th in Semi-Final 2 with 86 points.