Duncan Laurence Sunday during the live broadcast in talk show Pauw, a double-platinum album for his songfestivallied Arcade.
The singer was there as a guest to talk about his experiences at the Eurovision song Contest, that he was Saturday night on behalf of the Netherlands won. At the end of the broadcast received Laurence from the hands of presenter Jeroen Pauw, a double-platinum record for 80,000 copies sold of Arcade.
The singer told the talk show continue on the hectic hours after winning the Eurovision song Contest. Laurence joined last night still on for songfestivalfans in the Euroclub in Tel Aviv and had to say that but two hours sleep. “I am to 6.00 pm two hours and had at 8.00 am already on to my suitcase to pack.” The warm welcome at Schiphol airport, he called “not normal”.
After the profit, he was immediately called by prime minister Rutte, but that phone call was not quite as hoped for. “I had no range, so I take that phone and it worked. I said, ‘Mark, I think you have some very nice things said, but I hear you don’t, you can later call?’ I heard him me just congratulate,” said the fifth Dutch winner of the song Contest.
Duncan Laurence festive welcome by fans and family at Schiphol airport
Singer is in no hurry with releasing new music
Laurence had to further prove to be not in a hurry with the release of new music. He first wants to wait and see what the Arcade further can bring about, but is constantly writing new music. The singer says not yet definitely know whether he is first an EP or an album. “I’m don’t care about new music. There is enough beauty,” he concludes.
There were, among others, songfestivalcommentatoren Jan Smit and Cornald Maas and singer Ilse DeLange, Laurence coaches, guest. Smith answered in the affirmative to the question whether he next year the song Contest, that by the gain of Laurence in the Netherlands will take place, would want to present. DeLange had to think about this. “I have no idea, I haven’t been doing,” says the singer.
Several cities have already signed up to the festival to organize. According to Maas to these cities for now, with a plan, so that an informed choice can be made