Each week, Eurovision Union brings you a specially curated playlist featuring songs recently released by Eurovision or National Final artists, and a few of our old favourites. This week, we’ve got some new releases, plus some remixes and former national final songs!
Listen to the playlist here:
Let’s start with the newer releases from former national final artists, including from Finnish national final star Lauri Yrjölä with his latest song Kiitos ja anteeksi. Also from Finland we’ve got Stella Christine with her UMK follow up single, Starship. Spanish two-time national finalist Brequette has also just released a new song called Up To You. Swedish star ISA has been getting back on the scene, and her newest track is called Me Too.
We’ve got some new tracks from former Eurovision stars, including Mariya Yaremchuk who represented Ukraine back in 2014, and the winner of Eurovision 2013 Emmelie De Forest who brought the contest to Copenhagen for Eurovision 2014. Emmelie has been crowdfunding her new music, and finally we see the efforts in the form of the single Sanctuary. Basim, who represented Denmark in Copenhagen 2014 has also released a new song titled Aji Aji.
From other Eurovision stars, we’ve got the Italian version of the Estonian 2017 entry Verona sung by Laura and Koit Toome. Also from 2017 was Anja Nissen, who was recently a part of an Instagram drama where a ‘fake’ singer was stealing her music and claiming it as her own! Drama free is Nina Zilli, who represented Italy back in 2012. She recently released a new album, and this week we’ve featured the song Butti Giù featuring Italian rap artist J-AX. We’ve got Spanish representative from the early 2000’s Rosa López with a new track called Ahora Se Quién Soy.
Back to national final stars, we’ve got former Hungarian national finalist Petruska with his entry Trouble in my Mind which finished in the top 4 of A Dal 2016. We’ve got Latvian national final artists Franco Franco with their song By The Lake. We’ve got Maltese national finalist Kevin Borg with his national final song from 2017 titled Follow. We’ve also got Ukrainian act Letay with their national final song from 2017, and finally Cristina Vasiu with her newest release Sa Te Lubesc Un Pic.
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!