Songwriter John Lundvik got his major breakthrough as an artist in 'Melodifestivalen 2018' when his song My Turn was voted directly on to the final. He became that year's big surprise when he reached a fantastic third place. In 2019, John managed to top his achievement performing the song 'Too Late For Love' that had enormous success and sent him to the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.
Too Late For Love received a lot of attention, reached the number 1 position in Sweden's top 50 and is currently one of the most played songs on Swedish radio. John Lundvik is an incredibly authentic singer who, with intimacy and great musicality, raises the level of the Swedish music scene.
After his breakthrough in 2018, John had an exciting and hectic year during which he received the prestigious assignment to sing at a tribute concert celebrating Sweden's Queen Silvia's 70th birthday. After that he made TV-appearances at the National Day and Victoriadagen, an annual event celebrating the birthday of Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria. John performed in the biggest TV shows in Sweden and did various gigs and a successful summer tour. At the start of 2019, John was already contracted to participate in one of Sweden's largest summer tours and also for an upcoming Christmas tour.
As a songwriter, John got his big breakthrough and recognition in 2010 after writing the Crown Princess Victoria's and Daniel's wedding song When You Tell The World You're Mine performed by Björn Skifs and Agnes. In the 2014 edition of Melodifestivalen, John went directly to the final as the composer of Anton Ewald's entry Natural. John's track record also includes music for films like Empire and Fast Cash and songs for artists such as Sanna Nielsen and Isac Elliot. John has also written the official Swedish Olympic song All About the Games.
In Tel Aviv, John will be representing both Sweden as a singer and songwriter and the United Kingdom as a writer and composer, since he has also worked on Michael Rice's Bigger Than Us.