Urban Symphony enjoys success

Urban Symphony's success was well appreciated in their native Estonia and thus have been enjoying a flourishing success afterwards. Their song Rändajad climbed high in the local and European charts and gathered a lot of fans.

Now they've been recording their new album of which the first song Päikese Poole (Towards The Sun) has already been published. You can see that on their recording company's official YouTube channel and also below:


If that's not enough, they also went on tour in Estonia. Together with another Estonian national selection success, Laura (also participated in 2004 at the Eurovision Song Contest as a member of Suntribe), Raivo Tafenau band and Sergios Bastos, they'll take the stage in August. You can find the full schedule below.

  • 7 August at Tartu Ülikooli Botaanikaaed
  • 9 August at Tallinn Kadrioru Lilleaed
  • 10 August at Viinistu vabaõhulava
  • 11 August atHaapsalu Piiskoplinnuse väike lava
  • 12 August at Palmse mõis
  • 13 August at Viljandi Kaevumägi
  • 14 August at Pärnu Ammende Villa
  • 15 August at Laulasmaa Resorti männimets
  • 16 August at Viimsi vabaõhumuuseum 
  • 19 August at Pühajärve Spa park
  • 21 August at Kuressaare lossihoov
  • 22 August at Hiiumaa Suuremõisa lossipark

Estonia qualified for the first time for the Final of Europe's favourite TV-show this year. The girls to pull that job off were the band named Urban Symphony. Their song Rändajad achieved the third place in the second Semi-Final in Moscow and ended up sixth in the Final.

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