Siren (Malcolm Lincoln song)

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Malcolm Lincoln Siren.jpg
Single by Malcolm Lincoln
from the album Loaded With Zoul
FormatDigital single, CD single
LabelUniversal Music
Songwriter(s)Robin Juhkental
Producer(s)Vaiko Eplik, Robin Juhkental
Malcolm Lincoln singles chronology
"Loaded With Zoul"
Estonia "Siren"
Eurovision Song Contest 2010 entry
Malcolm Lincoln & Manpower 4
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Semi-final points
Appearance chronology
◄ "Rändajad" (2009)   
"Rockefeller Street" (2011) ►

"Siren" is the debut single from Estonian duo Malcolm Lincoln, written and composed by frontman Robin Juhkental. The song represented Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2010. The song was produced by Vaiko Eplik, who represented Estonia at Eurovision Song Contest 2003 as part of the band Ruffus, and is featured on the group's full-length debut album Loaded With Zoul.


In December 2009, the song was selected amongst the ten finalists of the Eesti Laul 2010 competition, which determined the country's representative at the Eurovision Song Contest. In an unexpected result, Malcolm Lincoln ended up winning the competition, and thus the opportunity to represent Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 in Bærum, Norway.[1]

Malcolm Lincoln were drawn to perform in the third slot in the first semi-final, following Russia and preceding Slovakia. They were joined on stage by male singing quartet "Manpower 4" who provided backing vocals. Unfortunately, despite receiving the maximum 12 points from two countries (Finland and Latvia), they failed to qualify, receiving 39 points and placing 14th out of 17 competitors.

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Siren" was released in late February 2010. It was directed by Hanna Samoson and casts Robin Juhkental walking through a snowstorm with his head fully covered in a larger-than-life paper mask.[2][3]


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  2. ^ "Malcolm Lincoln sai valmis video laulule "Siren"" (in Estonian). 1 March 2010. Retrieved 14 March 2010.
  3. ^ Malcolm Lincoln - Siren (Music Video). 28 February 2010. Retrieved 14 March 2010.

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