May Roze is truly a world musician, a singer/songwriter born and raised in Switzerland but currently residing in London and France. Growing up in a musical family, perhaps it is not surprising she performed on stage for the first time at just three years old! She has recently dropped new remix for Again, and spoke with The Fountain about performing at Eurovision and the remix.

TF: A new single, how exciting, what has the reception been like so far? 

It has been great ! You obviously never really know what to expect when releasing a song, but seeing so many people respond to my team and I with positive feedback has been overwhelming. 

Again (Remix) has shaken things up more than any of our previous singles, so we’re keeping our fingers crossed that it continues this way. 

TF: What can we expect from Again remix?

Well, what I was personally really looking forward to was the video! I was excited about the dance, the colours, the atmosphere and showing a new side of me. That being released, we will let the song flow where ever it has to flow.

We’ve had it pitched on multiple playlists, blogs and people started talking about the remix, so it’s really just an adventure and we’ll see where it goes! 

TF: And will you be promoting this with a list of exciting tour dates?  

Of course! We’re planning it all at the moment. So we’ll be able to announce more dates through my website very soon. 

Music has to be shared ! ..And not only through social media, so I’m really excited about announcing some new dates.  

TF: Where has been your favourite gig to date? 

I don’t think I have a favourite yet.. They’ve all been very different. I really liked playing at The Half Moon in Putney along with some other amazing artists. I’ve performed quite a lot since a young age, but spent the past few months really focusing on creating as much as possible, so I can’t wait to get out of that bubble and start gigging more again! Now is the time! My favourite gig will very likely happen soon!

TF: Everyone must ask you this but how was it to make it as far as you did in Eurovision? 

I don’t think I realised it to be honest! Someone asked me to participate and it all went quite fast. It was an amazing experience and I’ve learnt a lot but I didn’t feel ready at that time. I had to find my sound, who I was as an artist and in what direction I wanted to go. It took me a few years after the Eurovision to be able to release something and feel confident about it. Like.. that’s who I am! Then people have the right to love it or hate it, but that’s who I am.