Laura Tesoro Releases Brand New Single & Music Video “Beast”

She’s mostly known for representing Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 with her song “What’s The Pressure”; but now, Laura Tesoro is here with even more music! “Beast” is her brand new single, that follows up her track “Higher”. We expect even more music soon.

“Beast” was released on Friday. The song was written by Mikke Vepsäläinen, Emelie Sederholm, and Elina Stridh. An accompanying music video was dropped alongside the single release, directed by Aäron Beyers & Eloi Cyuzuzo Nsanzabandi.

This is Laura Tesoro’s fifth single overall, her second since coming tenth at Eurovision with 181 points. It is certainly a great follow-up to “Higher” and really shows the direction she has been going in. We can only hope these new singles are leading up to an album but, we guess we’ll have to wait and see.

Watch Laura Tesoro’s Music Video For “Beast” Here:

Upbeat and full of rhythm, “Beast” is certainly a unique song that manages to showcase Laura Tesoro’s brilliant vocals whilst releasing an infectious backing track. We can certainly see this track becoming our next workout anthem, for sure.

Unsurprisingly, the music video takes the workout theme of the song and creates an engaging visual. We see Laura Tesoro training to box which is also segmented by clips of her and her team preparing to go on stage and perform at a venue. We love the energy she unleashes out to the crowd – we need to see her live one day.

The song is now available to download and stream right now. We hope this is the start of more new music from this incredible female artist.

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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