'Eurovision' star Benjamin Ingrosso is back with the raw new single 'Kite'.

The 26-year-old Scandi pop star - who is the cousin of Swedish House Mafia's Sebastian Ingrosso – represented Sweden in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest with the Bieber-esque dance-pop earworm 'Dance You Off', following in the footsteps of fellow Swedes Abba, and he's back with a soaring new single that is the start of a whole new era.

Speaking of his new music, he said: "The rawness and grit of punk have been given more space, and I have consciously chosen not to have a more polished and 'modern' sound.

'Timelessness' is a keyword for everything I've tried to create now. The lyrics are more straightforward, written from personal experiences but sometimes with a broader perspective.

"I don't think I've ever been as excited about my music as I am with this song, and all the new music you're going to get from me this year.”

The upbeat tune, which draws inspiration from his childhood, is the perfect blend of classic Swedish pop and soul from the 70s and the late 90s.

'Kite' is the first track to be taken from Benjamin's upcoming album, due out later this year, which follows his second English album, 2022's 'Playlist'.

Stream ‘Kite’ now on all major platforms.

Meanwhile, you can catch Benjamin live on the 'Better Days Tour' in the UK and Europe this April.

Head to LiveNation.co.uk for the full tour dates.