Out and proud queer singer Seann Miley Moore has released his epic anthem, My Body for Eurovision: Australia Decides.
With Eurovision just a week away excitement is starting to ramp up for the competition.
My Body, is definitely making Seann Miley Moore a strong contender for the win.
Seann Miley Moore: My Body
My Body is a anthem.
It speaks of body positivity, autonomy, identity and most of all pride.
When Seann spoke to Qnews recently he was itching with anticipation for it’s release.
“It’s an anthem. I’m giving you Eurotrash-dance-floor-pop but I’m giving you vocals and emotion for days.”
My Body is an original track by the No Frills Twins which Seann has made uiquely his own.
With everything from a dance floor beat, to emotive lyrics and the moment of cresendo that is going to bring the house down when he sings it live next week, it has it all.
My Body is giving us everything we are waiting for in a Eurovision song.
Seann is ready to bring his message to Eurovision and the world
The message and the opportunity for Seann is far more than just a competition.
“Look obviously this is the most fabulous stage, but the message is really ultimate empowerment in yourself and that’s the message of the song.”
For Seann this is the chance to share his message with everyone in the world.
“Yes it’s gonna be gay rights on that stage, but the purpose and the message was really inspired by the fact in Australia we have equality. It’s such a beautiful thing we have this.”
“But we have to understand in 71 countries it is still illegal to be queer.
“Even in 8 of those countries, you could be executed for being queer.
“So to be on this stage right now, is ultimate power, privilege and pride.
“I’m on this stage for each and every one of you.”
“That’s why I say everybody is welcome, Everybody is welcome in Seann Miley Moores world.
“Everybody is welcome in the world we live in today. That’s what it’s all about. Unity, Power and Pride.”
Listen to My Body below.
Eurovision: Australia Decides will take place on the 25th and 26th of February on the Gold Coast.
The live finale will air on SBS on Saturday 26 February at 7.30 pm.
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