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Latvia 2024: The 15 songs for 'Supernova'

09 January 2024 at 10:13 CET
Sudden Lights rehearsing Aijā for Latvia at the Second Rehearsal of the First Semi-Final at Liverpool Arena Chloe Hashemi / EBU
Broadcaster LTV has revealed the 15 entries in the running to represent Latvia at the 68th Eurovision Song Contest. The songs will compete in 'Supernova' in February.

With pre-selection season well underway ahead of Malmö 2024, we've got some new listening unlocked! On Tuesday 9 January, LTV released the 15 hopefuls that we can look forward to watching take part in Latvia's Supernova 2024

All 15 songs will participate in the Supernova semi-final, which is happening on Saturday 3 February. And from there, 10 songs will be voted through to a no doubt nail-biting Supernova final one week later, on Saturday 10 February. 

Citi Zēni represented Latvia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 with their song Eat Your Salad EBU / Corinne Cumming

At the Supernova final, a combination of a jury vote and a public televote will score the participating entries. Once the votes are in, we'll have a winner - and Latvia's entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2024.

In alphabetical order, here are the 15 songs to be getting acquainted with ahead of Latvia's Supernova:

Agnese Rakovska – AI

Alekss Silvers – For The Show

AVÉI – Mine

B/H – Amsterdam

Dons – Hollow

ECTO – Outsider

Edvards Strazdiņš – Rock n’ Roll Supernova

Funkinbiz – Na Chystu Vodu

Jar of Kings – Wildfire

Katrīna Gupalo – The Cat’s Song

Papīra Lidmašīnas – Mind Breaker

Patrīcija Spale – Heaven’s Raining Down On Me

Saint Levića – Tick Tock

Sasha Sil – Love Is A Language

Vēstulēs – kur?

Latvia arrived to the Eurovision Song Contest with a splash in the year 2000, finishing in 3rd place with their very first entry, My Star by BrainStorm.

Two years later in 2002, the Baltic nation won the Contest thanks to a memorable performance of I Wanna, by Marie N. Latvia would go on to host the Eurovision Song Contest in Riga in 2003. 

At the 2023 Contest in Liverpool, Latvia was represented by the band Sudden Lights and their song Aijā. They narrowly missed out on a slot in the Grand Final, finishing in 11th place in the First Semi-Final.