Every week, Eurovision Union is dedicated in bringing you a specially curated playlist full of songs from all our favourite Eurovision and National Final stars. Whether they’re new tracks, or old favourites, you’ll be sure to find songs on the playlist you can’t help but put on repeat! This week we have a mix of new tracks as well as some national final songs that we’ve rediscovered.
We’ve also got one of the new tracks from Barei, titled Forget It, which is one of three new singles all promoting her upcoming album! Keeping on the Spanish track, we’ve got 2012 representative Pastora Soler with her new song La Tormenta. Kallay-Saunders has also been featured on a new track this week as well, titled Say with the artist Tolvai Reni. Former Swedish national finalists Samir and Viktor have just released a new track as well, titled Vi Gör det ändå which is just as catchy as all their previous releases! Former Latvian national finalist Markus Riva also has a new track, which we’ve featured this week!
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Swedish artist Ulrik Munther, but he has a new track titled Coffee in Shanghai. From former Italian Sanremo participant Annalisa, we’ve got the collaboration between Benji & Fede and Annalisa, titled Tutto per una ragione. From Estonia’s national selection from a few years back, we’ve got Greta Paia with the song Päästke Noored Hinged. Keeping with the Estonian theme, we’ve got the newest release from Kerli, who was a fan favourite of the 2017 selection, but lost out to Laura and Koit Toome. Her new track is a collaboration with Illenium titled Sound of Walking Away.
The last few songs on this week’s playlist including Saara Aalto with her national final song from last year, No Fear, which is a favourite in the eyes of many Eurovision fans! We’ve also got the song Jag Hatar Hat by Magnus Carlsson and Molly Sandén. By the 2017 semi-final interval act, we’ve got Vitamin D by Monatik. Last but not least, we’ve got the song Glamur by Jala Brat, who featured as part of the 2016 Bosnian Eurovision entry!
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!