The Reborn Of Conchita Wurst

“Rise Like a Phoenix” gets another meaning this week besides being the entry name brought Austria and Thomas Neuwirth (aka Conchita Wurst) the victory in 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, as Neuwirth reveals his surprising new look in the new music video “Hit Me”.

 

Conchita Wurst made history when her bearded lady conquered the stage in Copenhagen and turned the hate of some narrow-minded societies into the most powerful symbol of acceptance and diversity.  following the victory, Wurst became an icon for Europe’s LGBT community and inspired millions of people.

In previous interviews, Neuwirth shared that winning with Conchita made him achieve anything he desired from the character and he’s willing for his new persona suite him better as a man in daily life.

Earlier this month, Wurst released the video for Trash All The Glam, teasing in a black mask his “reborn” transformation process both in the music style and the drastic new look which was revealed for the first time on “Hit Me” music video.

 

“Hit Me” was written by Neuwirth himself together with Eva Klampfer and continues the electronic genre the previous single started. the song followed with an amazing video directed by André Karsai already reached 500K views in 3 days!

On the single cover, there is no sign for Conchita anymore as Neuwirth leaning on an investigation table, facing us with the “Hit Me” statement and his new blond short manly look signed by his new stage name Wurst.  Wurst, of course, proves once again he’s going all the way staying loyal to his truth and doesn’t care about being judged or criticized.  no wonder why we adore Wurst so much, “Hit Me” once again spread that empower energy all over that you just can’t get ignore of!

You can find “Hit Me” together with all March releases of our fav Eurovision stars at escbeat’s Eurovision related March 2019 #playlist 

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LYRICS:

hit me with the bullets you make up in your head
hit me with the pain that you came to get
hit me with your threats that were left unsaid
hit me with your bull and don’t dare to pull back
hit me with the blame you made up in your head
hit me with regret

i am me you are you, i know my vice so do you
i gave you my heart it’s in two, inside and outside i’m bruised
you tested me i am through, i will not hide

hit me with the bullets you make up in your head
hit me with the pain that you came to get
hit me with your threats that were left unsaid
hit me with your bull and don’t dare to pull back
hit me with the blame you made up in your head
hit me with the things that i should regret
hit me with the rage that you got instead
hit me

you don’t get to point the gun and you don’t get to force my hand
cause i don’t get to mend the matters, i don’t get to fight back
you don’t get to raise complaint and you don’t get your rights back
cause i won’t let you threaten me and i won’t give you parts of me
just to heal and to lead

hit me with the bullets you make up in your head
hit me with the pain that you came to get
hit me with your threats that were left unsaid
hit me with your bull and don’t dare to pull back
hit me with the blame you made up in your head
hit me with the things that i should regret
hit me with the rage that you got instead
hit me

hit me with the bullets you make up in your head
hit me with your bull and don’t dare to pull back
hit me with the blame you made up in your head
hit me with the things that i should regret
hit me with the rage that you got instead
hit me

hit me with the bullets you make up in your head
hit me with the pain that you came to get
hit me with your threats that were left unsaid
hit me with your bull and don’t dare to pull back

hit me with the bullets you make up in your head
hit me with the pain that you came to get
hit me with your threats that were left unsaid
hit me with your bull and don’t dare to pull back
hit me with the blame you made up in your head
hit me with the things that i should regret
hit me with the rage that you got instead
hit me

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