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Estonia: Eesti Laul 2016 semi-finals allocated!

Estonia: Eesti Laul 2016 semi-finals allocated!
Emma Kiernan

After Estonian broadcaster, ETV, received a record-breaking 238 submissions for Eesti Laul 2016, the names of the twenty hopefuls have been revealed, as well as to which semi-final they have been allocated.

 

 

Semi-final 1
  1. The Jingles – Love a Little Bit (Jonathan Flack, Hain Hoppe, Rauno Vaher, Tanel Liiberg)
  2. Würffel – I’m Facing North (Kaspar Kalluste, Rosanna Lints)
  3. Mick Pedaja – Seis (Mick Pedaja)
  4. Indrek Ventmann – Hispaania tüdruk (Allan Kasuk)
  5. Cartoon & Kristel Aaslaid – Immortality (Ago Teppand, Hugo MartinMaasikas, Joosep Järvesaar, Kerli Kõiv, Iiris Vesik, Kristel Aaslaid)
  6. Kéa – Lonely Boy (Egert Milder, Robert Stanley Montes, Ian Karell)
  7. Kati Laev – Kaugel sinust (Urmas Kõiv, Anneli Kõiv)
  8. Zebra Island – How Many Times (Rasmus Lill, Helina Risti)
  9. Laura – Supersonic (Sven Lõhmus)
  10. Windy Beach – Salty Wounds (Priit Uustulnd, Tuuli Rand, Mari Tamm)

 

Semi-final 2
  1. Go Away Bird – Sally (Stanislav Bulganin)
  2. Jüri Pootsmann – Play (Fred Krieger, Stig Rästa)
  3. Meisterjaan – Parmupillihullus (Jaan Tätte Juunior)
  4. I Wear* Experiment – Patience (Hando Jaksi, Mikk Simson, Johanna Eenmaa)
  5. Púr Múdd – Meet Halfway (Oliver Rõõmus, Joonas Alvre)
  6. Grete Paia – Stories Untold (Sven Lõhmus)
  7. Põhja-Tallinn – Ei ole mul olla (Jaanus Saks, Kristjan Soomre, Mark Eric Kammiste, Hannes Agur Vellend, Herlend-Kaspar Raudkivi)
  8. Anett Kulbin – Strong (Anett Kulbin)
  9. Gertu Pabbo – Miljon korda (Priit Pajusaar, Maian-Anna Kärmas)
  10. La La Ladies – Unikaalne (Tatjana Mihhailova, Mihkel Mattisen, Timo Vendt, Inga Tislar)

 

Semi-final 1 of Eesti Laul 2016 will take place on February 13 and semi-final will take place on February 20. In each semi-final, ten songs will compete and five will be chosen to progress to the final via a 50/50 mixture of jury and televoting. These ten acts will compete in the final of Eesti Laul 2016 in the Saku Suurhall on March 5.

As the entries for this year’s Eesti Laul are released, they will become available to listen to here.

Last year’s Estonian representative, Stig Rästa, has also composed a song for this year’s competition. Along with Elina Born, Stig achieved seventh place at Eurovision 2015 with the song “Goodbye to Yesterday.”

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