John Lundvik is a Swedish singer and songwriter born in London, also a former track athlete. He was adopted by a Swedish couple and moved to Sweden at the age of six.

He has composed songs for other artists and also contributed to film and television including the film Easy Money and the TV series Empire.

He captured Swedish attention when he made his Melodifestivalen debut in 2018 with the song "My Turn", finishing in third place.

He won on his second attempt via a clean sweep of the juries and represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv with the song Too Late for Love, finishing in 5th place in the grand final. He also co-wrote the United Kingdom's 2019 entry Bigger Than Us and France's 2020 entry Mon Alliée (The Best In Me).

His backing group, The Mamas, succeeded him as Melodifestivalen winners.

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