Eurovision NI’s Song of 2018: How it Works!

Over the next nine weeks we will be looking closely at some of the songs released in 2018 by former Eurovision contestants. We will be asking you to vote for your favourite from the lists before compiling a final Top 30 just before the end of the year.

How It Works

We have scrolled through the Eurovision releases from this year and have divided them into eight groups of 10 songs. Each week on a Monday we will post a different group with the videos for each song and ask you to vote for your three favourites. The polls will then close on the Saturday of that week with the top three songs from each group qualifying for the Top 30, revealed on Sunday. This gives us a total of 24 songs, with the remaining six being chosen by us as wildcards (either songs already on the list that didn’t make it through or new songs released in November and December that missed out on being included at this stage).

All songs included on the list are songs from 2018 that have been released by former Eurovision contestants. We have excluded covers and songs that were competing in the national selection finals (for example Alexander Rybak’s ‘That’s How You Write a Song’ or Aleksander Walmann’s ‘Talk To The Hand’ would therefore not be eligible).

When we have the final 30 songs, one final post will ask you to vote for your favourite and then we will reveal the complete top 30.

Check back on Monday for the first group, and in the meantime please leave us a comment if there are any songs you feel should be included in the contest!

Group One (29 Oct-2 Nov)

Saara Aalto- ‘DANCE!!!’

Ilse DeLange (Common Linnets)- ‘Lay Your Weapons Down’

Nathan Trent- ‘Won’t Let You Go’

Group Two (5-9 Nov)

The Fizz- ‘Up For the Fight’

Morland- ‘Leo’

Aminata- ‘Zero Love’

Group Three (12-16 Nov)

Benjamin Ingrosso- ‘Behave’

Eleni Foureira- ‘Caramela’

Emmelie de Forest- ‘History’

Group Four (19-23 Nov)

Nathan Trent and J-MOX- ‘Secrets’

Blanche- ‘Wrong Turn’

Zoe- ‘Heartbreaker’

Group Five (26-30 Nov)

Benjamin Ingrosso- ‘I Wouldn’t Know’

Celine Dion- ‘Ashes’

Mans Zelmerlow- ‘Happyland’

Group Six (3-7 Dec)

Greta Salome- ‘Wildfire’

Melanie Rene- ‘Dancefloor’

Lena- ‘Solo Contigo’

Group Seven (10-14 Dec)

Robin Bengtsson- ‘Liar’

Blissful (Svala)- ‘Find a Way’

Ryan O’Shaughnessy- ‘Civil War’

Group Eight (17-21 Dec)

Rykka- ‘Youth Is Wasted’

Benjamin Ingrosso and Felix Sandman- ‘Tror du att han bryr sig’

Timebelle- ‘Heartache’

Wildcards (21 Dec)

Eleni Foureira- ‘Tomame’

Aminata- Don’t Talk About It’

Guy Sebastian- ‘Before I Go’

Aminata and Markus Riva- ‘Last Dance’

Anna Bergendahl- Raise the Vibe

Kati Wolf- ‘Underwater’

Svala- ‘Karma’

Douwe Bob- ‘Shine’

Kate Ryan- ‘Bring Me Down’

Mikolas Josef- ‘Me Gusta’

Nathan Trent- ‘Killer’

Robin Stjernberg- ‘I Don’t’

Melovin- ‘That’s Your Role’

Ieva Zasimauskiate- ‘Absorbed’

Laura Tesoro- ‘Mutual’

Loic Nottet- ‘On Fire’

Eurovision NI Song of 2018 (40-31)

Eurovision NI Song of 2018 (30-21)

Eurovision NI Song of 2018 (20-11)

Eurovision NI Song of 2018 (Top 10)

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