Australia Decides 2022: Seann Miley Moore releases Eurovision entry "My Body"

The Eurovision — Australia Decides 2022 lineup is finally complete. X Factor and The Voice alumnus Seann Miley Moore has released his song contest bid “My Body”.

“My Body” is an uplifting pop anthem, fusing Euro-pop elements with big ballad beauty. Above epic drum beats and piano chords, Seann delivers crystal clear vocals on lyrics about positivity, compassion and human potential.

“My Body” is out now on streaming services worldwide.

Seann Miley Moore releases “My Body”

Seann Miley Moore is an international superstar. He was born in Indonesia to a British father and Filipino mother and briefly lived in Thailand before settling down in Australia.

In 2015, Seann made his European TV debut on the 12th season of The X Factor UK, where he made waves with his stunning rendition of Queen’s “The Show Must Go On”.

In 2021, he returned to the world of reality singing competitions, competing on The Voice Australia. There, he was eliminated during the knockout rounds.

 
 
 
 
 
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Speaking about the release of “My Body”, Seann Miley Moore told AussieVision: “It’s an anthem, honey. It is an anthem and we’ve mixed, you know, just opulent, beautiful ,inspiring chords with this amazing like Euro trash dance pop underneath.

“Big notes, big beauty, big boldness, body-ody-ody. I’m excited really excited.”

Seann will sing “My Body” at the Australia Decides 2022 final, where he will compete against the likes of Isaiah Firebrace, Erica Padilla and G-Nat!on for the chance to fly the Australian flag in Turin.

Eurovision — Australia Decides 2022 airs on Saturday 26 February at 10:30 CET (19:30 AEST) on SBS

What do you think of “My Body”? Could Seann Miley Moore win Australia Decides 2022? Let us know in the comments below. 

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Dr.nick
Dr.nick
9 months ago

sorry i cant imagine liking it or u going to eurovision ^^ its too corny ;D

shira
shira
9 months ago

I’m disappointed for him. He’s an outstanding vocalist and and fantastic live performer, but the song and production is just basic and bland and I wish they’d let him bring his own song instead of crippling him with this nothing arrangement. It’s got a great message with a couple of really poignant lyrics, and some really nice vocal moments that should elevate it live, but it’s just not strong enough to leave much of an impact. I mean, Seann Miley Moore is show stopping number material and with the right song could have contended for the win, and this is… Read more »

Darren
Darren
9 months ago

Ah I remember him on X-Factor.

Didn’t like him then either.
Australia seems to be taking a UK approach to Eurovision this year.
Has the novelty of their participation worn off domestically??? :/

Could Australia be heading for another NQ this year? (Undeserved last year though)
But so far, “Australia Decides” has been coming off quite kitsch this year. Hope it improves somewhat because the songs I’ve heard so far are just…..
Sorry Australia <3 I do love you though

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
9 months ago

(Deleted, wrong thread, sorry)

Last edited 9 months ago by Purple Mask
Sabrina
Sabrina
9 months ago

Is it just me or the “pure” pop entries in Australia Decides feel too behaved and old fashioned?

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
9 months ago
Reply to  Sabrina

Interesting. I don’t think the pure pop is too normal; it’s just that Eurovision is generally used to celebrating what is more groundbreaking, so it makes pop music look more normal than it actually is. Does that make sense?

Sabrina
Sabrina
9 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

It does make sense, but I don’t think I agree. We’re coming from a year where the Eurovision audience voted for more creative and/or authentic stuff, but I guess it’s still too early to tell if it’ll stay like that. 2019 had plenty of conventional entries in the final, for example. The irony is the televote has been pushing originality more than the juries. But my point here is that if we compare the pop entries in Australia Decides with those from other national finals, they seem to lack character and freshness. To the point the fandom, who’s naturally attracted… Read more »

Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago

this gave me second hand embarrassment

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
9 months ago

Does that mean someone else was embarrassed and passed that onto you empathically? Genuinely curious as to what second hand embarrassment means.

Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

it’s like saying, i feel embarrassed on his behalf

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
9 months ago

Ah right. Sympathetic embarassment. Thanks. 🙂
Hope you are doing well, and I hope you get to experience your Eurovision in your home country this year.

Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

<3

Jake
Jake
9 months ago

well it was building up and then kinda just pulled back with that “chorus”

Joe
Joe
9 months ago

Unrelated, but two things worth mentioning:

  • Christopher Scicluna, half of Malta’s 1994 duo Chris and Moira, has passed away.
  • San Marino announced the full jury for their final.
Barry
Barry
9 months ago

Great voice, but is sounds a bit outdated.

willchrisiam
willchrisiam
9 months ago

‘Seann Miley Moore is an international superstar.’ Sure he is. As am I. Can we please stop with all these superlatives? Yes, I’ve seen him competing so I couldn’t say nobody has heard of him even if I wanted to but to call him an international superstar is ridiculous. ‘Yas Queen’ stanning can be fun and it surely boosts the performer’s self confidence but it can also highlight how out of touch with reality it is and how the performer is actually not what you say they are. Nothing wrong with just starting out and growing your fanbase as you… Read more »

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Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago
Reply to  willchrisiam

right lmao he literally has 1,967 monthly listeners on spotify

willchrisiam
willchrisiam
9 months ago

Guess I should call my friend and tell her she could have been a superstar. She almost launched her singing career and posted one song on yt in 2011 I believe. I remember it reached around 35.000 views with zero promotion.
Just looked it up, it’s either privated or deleted. That’s a shame. I used to have administrator access to the channel and her facebook page but I lost the login info. I was credited as assistant manager and stylist. I could have been famous…

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Polegend Godgarina
9 months ago
Reply to  willchrisiam

same here omg… when i was 13 i played guitar for my classmate’s original songs on youtube. one was so bad people found it comical, it accumulated 120k views before she saw the comments and took it down. then she mastered some cds with her recordings where i played the instrumentals and one even ended up in denmark ! an international superstar right here.

willchrisiam
willchrisiam
9 months ago

In my friend’s defense the song was actually decent (one of the best intros I’ve ever heard) and she was forming quite a team in NYC but her plans changed and she gave up on her singing career.
Seeing how the song is down and no one knows her I might try to contact her to get the rights for that intro if I ever decide to write a song with a similar vibe one day…

Last edited 9 months ago by willchrisiam
Purple Mask
Purple Mask
9 months ago

Seann, OMG! One of my favourite X Factor contestants, wow. It has been a while. I’m so happy to see Seann in this selection. 🙂

Adam
Adam
9 months ago

Disappointment for me, really like him in The X Factor and The Voice but this song is soo meh.

Liam Lindsay
Liam Lindsay
9 months ago

This is a real underdog, don’t let the studio version deter you, Seann is soooooo much better live than on a recording. This is in contention