Eurovision's Daði Freyr has released a new song about lockdown and it's going to be stuck in your head all day
*gets ready to learn the dance routine*
Eurovision's Daði Freyr has released a new song about lockdown - and yeah, it's going to be stuck in your head all day.
The 27-year-old was meant to be representing Iceland in this year's Eurovision competition with the synth-pop Think About Things.
And while the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest may have been cancelled, Freyr has become a firm fan favourite thanks to the super-catchy song and dance routine.
Last week, he announced he would be releasing a new song - and it is as much of a bop as you would expect it to be.
Alongside Where We Wanna Be, Freyr released a music video for the song which was shot at home. Naturally, the dance routine is equally as catchy.
“'Where We Wanna Be' is about having people in your life that you love when faced with difficult times. Trying to make the best out of it and staying positive," he told DIY Mag.
"I wrote this song in Berlin while there was a 2 person maximum, so me, my wife and our daughter didn’t get a chance to meet anybody else. Then it’s really important that you love the people you have around you.”
You can see the video for Where We Wanna Be below.