Eurovision Union’s Weekly Playlist (49/52)

Each week, Eurovision Union is dedicated to bring you a specially curated playlist with a whole bunch of our favourite Eurovision and National final stars, new and old! This week we’ve got a mix of new and old, with some of the great new releases from some of Europe’s best stars!

Listen to the playlist here:

Let’s start this week’s playlist off with the new releases that we have this week, which includes from Norwegian national finalist from a few years back, Adelén who has just released the song Big Bad Better. Fellow Scandinavian star Tone Damli released a track back in November titled Strangers, and we welcome her to our weekly playlists! Italian fan favourite Marco Mengoni has just dropped a new single in collaboration with Giorgia titled Come Neve and is sure to be a hit over the Italian winter time. We’ve also got a relatively new collaboration with Paula Seling and Bere Gratis titled Indragostiti. From Polish act Edyta Gorniak we’ve got her new release titled Andromeda

Estonian artist Mick Pedaja has recently released the song Avaimus which is yet another great tune from the former Eesti Laul participant. From Latvia, we’ve got some of the competing Supernova 2018 national finalists, including of course Markus Riva with his competing song This Time – maybe 4th time lucky? Another promising contender is Katrine Lukins with her song Running Red Lights.

Speaking of national finals, we’ve got more news from both Hungary and Slovenia this week, so we’ve got The Matter from Hungary (who we’ve just found out has withdrawn from the competition *cries in Hungarian*) so we’ve added one of their songs as a bit of remembrance of what could have been! Also from the upcoming Hungarian selection is Viktor Kiraly, and we’ve featured his latest single Trust my Body (Retraw). Now from the Slovenian selection, we’ve got KiNG FOO with their song Lebdenje which was a part of their recently released album titled GalaXie.

Now to some of the older tunes on this week’s playlist, starting off with 2016 Finnish representative Sandhja with her song Love Me High. From Estonia, we’ve got fan favourite national finalist Kerli with her song Feral Hearts. Moving to Sweden, where we’ve got Lisa Ajax with her tune Unbelievable, and from there we’ve got former Icelandic national finalist Karlotta who came third in the 2016 selection with her song Eye of the Storm.

From Maltese Eurovision participant (two times, may I add) Ira Losco, we’ve got one of her older songs called Is This the Love? It was Ira who performed the song 7 Wonders at Eurovision in her first time around, but this week we’ve got Russian representative Sergey Lazarev with his song of the same name 7 Wonders. From Salvador Sobral fronted band Alexander Search we’ve got the song Mother of Things Impossible.

If you’re the type to love Christmas music, then we’ve saved the best two songs for last. The first is a duet between Greta Salome and Sverrir Bergmann, and the second Christmas tune is from Jamie-Lee, both 2016 Eurovision participants.

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!