Ricky Merino and WURST join forces and released a cover version of the 1984 Bronski Beat hit and gay anthem “Smalltown Boy”. The track produced by Juan Sueiro comes with fresh pop and euro sounds and reminds us that 36 years later, equality for LGBTIQ+ is still an important topic.
‘Truth Over Magnitude’ means WURST values authenticity above all else and walks his own way without any compromises. His album will be released in autumn 2019, you can preorder it today.
“Forward” not only stands for the artist’s inner urge for constant creative and personal development, it also encourages listeners to take responsibility and to firmly stand in for the things that are important to them. The song directs the view into a self-determined future in which no one has to ask for permission to live their life according to their own rules.
With his new song “To The Beat” he wants to encourage the listener to go through life with purpose and their heads held high, to trust their own rhythm, and achieve a maximum of personal freedom by deliberately ignoring defeatists in every way.
1. Writing’s on the Wall
2. Have I Ever Been in Love
3. Colors of the Wind
4. The Sound of Music
5. Get Here
6. Where Do I Begin
7. All by Myself
8. The Way We Were
9. Rise Like a Phoenix
12. Für mich soll’s rote Rosen regnen
Conchita and WURST are both stage personas by Tom Neuwirth. While one tends to deliver glam-pop with a band or an orchestra, WURST performs spheric electro-pop, sometimes with a DJ, sometimes with a band.
Conchita released the latest album in October 2018: together with Wiener Symphoniker, the artist covered some of the greatest pop songs by the likes of Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion or Alanis Morissette.
Under the project title WURST, the artist released his album ‘T.O.M. – Truth Over Magnitude’ including tracks like TRASH ALL THE GLAM, HIT ME and TO THE BEAT which have collected millions of views on YouTube in a short timeframe. LOVEMACHINE featuring Lou Asril is WURST’s latest release.