“Kedvesem” was the first step for ByeAlex, but since then his music style has kept evolving. A month ago he released a sick comic video for his previous single, “30“. Now fans can enjoy his new single “Még mindig” (“Still”), and of course it’s something different again. For this track Alex and his band have slowed down to a folky band style, serving up a romantic ballad about lost love and finding peace. Lord knows we could all use some of that.

And he’s done it all with his new band Slepp — a four-piece group. Fans will notice that this does not include his long-term guitarist Dani Kövágó, who was on stage with Alex in Malmö.

Alex celebrated the release of the song with this message to fans:

My Dears! Here is the new song! Behind us there’s an interesting and instructive period. We have evolved much, but there is still plenty to improve. This one is a welcome-autumn song, with its windy and a bit gloomy, yet romantic atmosphere. Please, share and love it! Thank you for your support, and your love what we receive!

ByeAlex and the Slepp <3

What do you think of ByeAlex’s new single? Do you like his new sound?


Photo credit: ByeAlex’s Facebook page

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7 years ago

These are beautiful! What a sight to see. This is why I love to take train rides I could sit there all day and just look out the wodniw and not get bored. You see so much of the country that way!The Time-Crunched Traveler (Ellen) recently posted..

8 years ago

His song in the Vision of Malmo was nice…Especially its melodic relaxing music.. This singer has handsome good looking face.. His guitarist that was on stage with him in Malmo was hottie babe…He owes much of his success to this babe alone as the gay eurofans were so excited about this guitarist.. 🙂 His actual real name is Alex indeed by the way.. He did great with his song *Kedvesem* in EuroVision.. He finished 8th on the SF with even gathering 12 points from 1 country & he finished 10th on the final with 84 points with gathering 12 points… Read more »