Estonia: ERR releases the entries of Eesti Laul 2021

Estonia: ERR releases the entries of Eesti Laul 2021

The Estonian national broadcaster, ERR, has released the 24 competing entries of the next edition of Eesti Laul that will select the nation’s Eurovision 2021 representative. 

After unveiling the 24 acts that will take part in Estonia’s national selection for Eurovision 2021, ERR, made public the entries that will compete in Eesti Laul 2021.

You can now listen to all the Eesti Laul 2021 entries by clicking on the song titles below:

1. “6” by Heleza (authors Karl Killing, Helena Põldmaa)

2. “Alabama Watchdog”  performed by Alabama Watchdog (by Ken Einberg)

3. “Best Night Ever”: performed by Tanja ( Timo Vendt, Tanja Mihhailova-Saar, Mihkel Mattisen)

4. “Calm down”: performed by Nika Marula (Andrei Zevakin, Nika Marula, Daniil Kotilevits)

5. “Energy”: performed by Kadri Voorand ( Kadri Voorand)

6. “Find A Way” by Kristin Kalnapenk ( Kristin Kalnapenk, Hannes Agur Vellend)

7. “Free Again”: performed by Egert Milder (Kaspar Kalluste, Matteo Capreoli, Egert Milder)

8. “Heaven’s Not That Far Tonight”: performed by Big Girls (Koit Toome, Gevin Niglas, Karl Killing)

9. “Hypnotized”  performed by Kea (Ketter Orav, Sander Sadam, Alvar Antson, Karl-Mathias Saarse)

10. “Kaos”: performed by Uku Haasma (Uku Haasma, Henri Erik Tammai, Rudolf Toltsberg)

11. “Kiss Me”  performed by Karl Killing (by Karl Killing)

12. “Lost In A Dance”: performed by Gram-Of-Fun (Martin Kuut, Kristel Aaslaid, Raul Ojamaa, Kostja Tsõbulevski, Mikk Simson)

13.  “Ma olen siin”(I am here): performed by  Ivo Linna, Robert Linna, Supernova (authors Rainer Michelson, Robert Linna)

14.  “Magus melanhoolia”(Sweet melancholy): performed by Jüri Pootsmann (authors Jüri Pootsmann, Joonas Mattias Sarapuu, Jana Hallas, Aleksi Liski)

15.  “Nii kõrgele”(So High) performed by Helen (authors Rob Montes, Jason Hunter, Renae Rain, Helen Randmets)

16. “One By One”  performed by Hans Nayna (Vahur Valgmaa, Hans Nayna)

17. “Sunday Night”: performed by Rahel (Rahel Ollisaar, Frederik Küüts, Jason Hunter)

18. “Tartu”: performed by Ladder (authors Kristjan Oden, Indrek Vaheoja)

19. “The Lucky One”: performed by Uku Suviste (authors Uku Suviste, Sharon Vaughn)

20. “Time”: performed by Sissi (Sissi Nylia Benita, Andrei Zevakin, Kelly Tulvik)

21. “Tuuled”(Winds) by Wiiralt (authors Pat Lyons, Martin Saaremägi)

22. “We Could Have Been Beautiful” by Koit Toome (Joonas Parkkonen, Koit Toome, Peppina Pällijeff)

23. “Wingman” by Andrei Zevakin & Pluto (Andrei Zevakin, Henry Orlov)

24.  “Üks öö”(One Night): performer Tuuli Rand (authors Gevin Niglas, Kristel Aaslaid, Tuuli Rand)


Some of the notable names among the potential ESC 2021 hopefuls are  former Eurovision representatives. Namely we will see compete  Koit Tome ( 1998, 2017) and Juri Pootsman (2016), while  Uku Suviste returns to defend his victory as he was offered a wildcard for the semi finals of the next Eesti Laul after this year’s unprecedent cancellation of the contest. In addition we will see  Ivo Linna (1996) and Tanja (2014) who are making an attempt for a comeback on the Eurovision stage.

Essti Laul 2021 will take place over three nights, consisting of two semi finals and a grand final show, all set to be held exclusively in the capital city of Tallinn. The timeline of the Estonian selection has as below:

  • Eesti Laul 2021 Semifinal  1 – February 18, 2021
  • Eesti Laul 2021 Semifinal  2 – February 20, 2021
  • Eesti Laul 2021 Grand Final – March 6, 2021

Uku Suviste won the Esti Laul 2020 national final with the song “What Love Is” but due to the cancellation of Eurovision the musician was deprived the chance to represent Estonia in Rotterdam this year.

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Angelo D.

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