Eurovision Union’s Weekly Playlist (26/52)

Each week, Eurovision Union is dedicated in bringing you a specially curated playlist full of songs we’ve been loving from all our favourite Eurovision and National Final artists. This week, we have a mixture of new and old favourites from artists across Europe, so you’re sure to find some new tracks to love!

Listen to the playlist here:

Let’s start with the Scandinavian tracks on this week’s playlist, including 2017 national finalist in Iceland’s selection Hildur. Her song Bammbaramm became one of our favourites in the selection, and not long after, she released an EP titled Heart to Heart. This week we’ve featured the song Water off the EP. Staying in Iceland, we’ve got Friðrik Dór who participated in the Icelandic national final in 2015 with his new track titled Hringd’í mig. Keeping with the Icelandic theme, we’ve got Alda Dis with the song Now, which we featured this week as our National Final Throwback!

From Swedish national finalists Panetoz, we’ve got one of their 2017 releases titled Flyger Med, which can go straight onto all your summer playlists! We’ve also got SaRaha, another previous Melfest star with the song Kengele. From Finland, we’ve got 2017 national finalist Zühlke with her newest track titled Closer.

Keeping with the national final stars, we’ve got Italian Sanremo participant Sergio Sylvestre with the song Come Il Sole ad Ottobre which features on his self-titled 2017 album. We’ve got the song Karcok, which was performed by Benji in this year’s Hungarian selection, A Dal. Keeping with the Hungarian theme, we’ve got Kati Wolf with her Eurovision song What About My Dreams, which we featured on this week’s Eurovision Throwback.

We’ve got a whole bunch of songs this week from former Eurovision stars, including Nathan Trent, who has released not only an Italian version of his Eurovision song Running on Air, but now a Spanish version! This week, we’ve got the Italian version of the song for you to listen to! From fellow 2017 Eurovision participant Demy, we’ve got her newest release titled Me Ekdikise. Also from 2017 was Omar Naber, who as we know performed the song On My Way at Eurovision, so we’ve got the Slovenian language version of the song.

From 2016 Slovenian participant ManuElla, we’ve got her 2017 single called Salvation. There have been a few new releases from fellow 2016 Eurovision participants too, including Spanish Barei who has just released the song Wasn’t Me. Douwe Bob, who represented the Netherlands has just released two of his tracks performed live, including one of our personal favourites, How Lucky We Are.

From previous years, we’ve got the song Lorraine by the Bulgarian group Kaffe. This 2005 non-qualifier made our Top 5 Non-Qualifiers of 2005, but you’ll have to check the post out yourself to see which other acts made our Top 5!

2011 Estonian representative Getter Jaani has just dropped a new single titled Something Good, while 2008 Eurovision winner Dima Bilan is releasing new tracks what feels like every week – with this week no exception! We’ve also got a track from Cleo’s album Bastet, which was recently re-released as a deluxe edition, and we’ve featured the title track. Last but not least, we’ve got semi-final interval act from 2017, Monatik with the Ukrainian language version of the song her performed, Spinning.

Tell us which songs you enjoyed from our playlist, and which songs you would love to see in next week’s playlist! Make sure to follow us on Spotify to keep up with our weekly playlists, and of course Twitter and Facebook to chat with us and other Eurovision fans!

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