Listen to the Estonian Eurovision National Finalists now!

The Estonian broadcaster ERR has now released the songs of the 24 competing artists in the upcoming national final, Eesti Laul. This year’s show will feature two semi-finals of 12 acts each, and the first show will take place on January 31st.

Not long ago, the list of artists and their competing songs was released, and now the entries are available to listen to on the Eesti Laul website. Here are the competing entries in their semi-finals:

1st Semi-final (January 31st)

  • The Swingers – “High Heels In The Neighbourhood”
  • Ranele – “Supernova”
  • Sofia Rubina-Hunter  – “Deep Water”
  • xtra basic & Emily J – “Hold Me Close”
  • Johanna Eendra – “Miks sa teed nii?” (Why are you doing so?)
  • Victor Crone – “Storm”
  • Stefan – “Without You”
  • Jennifer Cohen – “Little Baby El”
  • Sandra Nurmsalu – “Soovide puu” (Tree of wishes)
  • Öed – “Öhuloss” (Sky castle)
  • Marko Kaar – “Smile”
  • Inger – “Coming Home”

2nd Semi-Final (February 2nd)

  • Synne Valtri – “I’ll Do It My Way”
  • Sissi – “Strong”
  • Kaia Tamm – “Wo sind die katzen?” (Where are the cats?)
  • Iseloomad – “Kaks miinust” (Two minuses)
  • Cätlin Mägi & Jaan Pehk – “Parmumäng” (Play of jaw harp)
  • Lumevärv ft. INGA – “Milline päev” (What a day)
  • Uku Suviste – “Pretty Little Liar”
  • Kerli Kivilaan – “Cold Love”
  • Around The Sun – “Follow Me Back”
  • Lacy Jay – “Halleluja”
  • Grete Paia  – “Kui isegi kaotan” (Even if I lose)
  • Kadiah – “Believe”

From each semi-final, six songs will qualify meaning there will be a final of 12 acts in total. The final will be on February 16th. The semi-finals will be held at the University of Tartu while the final will be held in the capital, Tallinn.

Listen to the entries here.

Which entry do you want to see represent Estonia at Eurovision in Tel Aviv?

Watch their Eurovision 2018 performance below:

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