Will Siru Return To Finnish UMK In 2020?

Knowing the Finnish broadcast, YLE, decided to bring back their famous national final “UNK” with multi-artists format made us so happy. otherwise, how could we got familiar with super talented artists like Siru (Siru Airistola)

Back in 2015, right after she won the 3rd season of “The Voice Finland”, Siru competed in the 2015 edition of the Finnish pre-selection Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu with the song “Mustelmat”.

This month Siru released “Hold Up”, one of the most beautiful ballads we’ve heard lately. releasing the song in English set marks on the singers plan to conquer the European market.

In order not to disappoint her homeland fans, Siru releases “Ilman Mua F” where she cooperates with the Finnish rapper Ruuskane.

With Siru’s phenomenal talent and these 2 songs that added to her repertoire, there is no wonder why we wish to see her returns for a second try on UMK,  racing the chance to represent Finland in the contest. maybe even next year in the Netherlands?

Earlier this month, YLE approved that after 2 years with dissatisfied results in the European contest, they go back to the previous UMK format, started 2012. that means no more song selection for a chosen artist but a multi-artists show.  YLE is yet to release any more information regarding 2020 plans.  Stay tuned for more details,  new NF season is just around the corner…

Share with us which artist do you want to see back in UMK next year. In the meantime, you can listen to Siru together with all the latest singles by Eurovision related artists on escbeat June #playlist HERE: 

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