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Estonia 2024: 'Eesti Laul' songs released

08 December 2023 at 19:40 CET
Estonia’s Stefan at the Second Semi-Final in Turin EBU/Sarah Louise Bennett
Estonian broadcaster ERR has released the 20 songs that will be competing in Estonia's Eurovision pre-selection for 2024, 'Eesti Laul'.

We love an early Christmas present. And so we're taking Eesti Laul 2024's song drop as precisely that!

Estonian broadcaster ERR has kindly shared with the world a lovingly-wrapped batch of Baltic bops. And mercifully, they've done so just as fatigue was beginning to set in from having all the festive classics on repeat for another year. Now, we've got the likes of Wunderbar and Serotoniin to place into heavy rotation for the next few weeks!

The 20 songs were premiered on Estonian television on Friday 8 December, and now they've been made available to stream online, too. 

They'll all be competing in Estonia's pre-selection Eesti Laul, with the winner going on to represent Estonia at the 68th Eurovision Song Contest in May.

15 of the songs will participate in the semi-final, which takes place on Saturday 20 January. From there, 5 will qualify to the grand final on Saturday 17 February, where they'll join the 5 songs that ERR has selected as automatic qualifiers.

You can listen to all 20 songs participating in Eesti Laul 2024 - and watch the music videos - over at ERR's website.

The 15 Eesti Laul semi-finalists

OLLIE – My Friend
Sofia Rubina – Be Good
Ewert and the Two Dragons – Hold Me Now
Multikas, Ewert Sundja – Oblivion
Anet Vaikmaa – Serotoniin
5MIINUST x Puuluup – (nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi
YONNA – I Don’t Know About You
Silver Jusilo – Lately
INGA – No Dog On a Leash
Peter Põder – Korra Veel
Antsud – Vetevaim
Cecilia – FOMO
Traffic – Wunderbar
Ingmar – Dreaming
Laura – Here’s Where I Draw the Line

The 5 Eesti Laul automatic qualifiers

Brother Apollo – Bad Boy
Daniel Levi – Over The Moon
Nele-Liis Vaiksoo – Käte ümber jää
Carlos Ukareda – Never Growing Up
Uudo Sepp & Sarah Murray – Still Love

You can learn more about Eesti Laul 2024 right here

The Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Malmö, Sweden on Tuesday 7 May (First Semi-Final), Thursday 9 May (Second Semi-Final) and Saturday 11 May (Grand Final) 2024.

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