Eesti Laul 2024: Review

Malmo 2024

After finishing 8th with “Bridges” by Alika, Estonia will select its representative on Saturday, the 17th of February, where 10 acts will fight for the honor to represent their country in Malmö. The winning song in the final will also be selected over two rounds of voting: the top songs selected via the combination of a 7 (or more)-member international expert jury and public voting will go through a second round of televoting to determine the winner.

4 members of our EuroAlfa Team listened and rated the 10 finalists of Eesti Laul 2024. Below you can see our grades. Enjoy!

10th – Ewert and The Two Dragons – “Hold Me Now”

Raul: 3/10

Reza: 3/10

Robert: 5/10

Ionut: 2/10

Total: 13/40

9th – Peter Põder – “Korra veel”

Raul: 3/10

Reza: 4/10

Robert: 6/10

Ionut: 3/10

Total: 16/40

8th – Nele-Liis Vaiksoo – “Käte ümber jää”

Raul: 6/10

Reza: 5/10

Robert: 4/10

Ionut: 6/10

Total: 21/40

7th – 5miinust and Puuluup –“(Nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi”

Raul: 6/10

Reza: 8/10

Robert: 5/10

Ionut: 3/10

Total: 22/40

6th – Uudo Sepp and Sarah Murray – “Still Love”

Raul: 7/10

Reza: 6/10

Robert: 6/10

Ionut: 6/10

Total: 25/40

5th – Anet Vaikmaa – “Serotoniin”

Raul: 6/10

Reza: 7.5/10

Robert: 8/10

Ionut: 5/10

Total: 26.5/40

4th – Carlos Ukareda – “Never Growing Up”

Raul: 6/10

Reza: 10/10

Robert: 6/10

Ionut: 7/10

Total: 29/40

3rd – Brother Apollo – “Bad Boy”

Raul: 5/10

Reza: 10/10

Robert: 9/10

Ionut: 6/10

Total: 30/40

2nd – Daniel Levi – “Over The Moon”

Raul: 8/10

Reza: 9/10

Robert: 7/10

Ionut: 9/10

Total: 33/40

1st – Ollie – “My Friend”

Raul: 10/10

Reza: 7/10

Robert: 10/10

Ionut: 8/10

Total: 35/40

Ollie is EuroAlfa’s favourite but is he going to win Eesti Laul 2024? We will find out together on Saturday. Stay tuned!