Newcastle has made the shortlist of seven UK cities that could host the 2023 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Maro’s Saudade, Saudade is a melancholic piece that will act as a palate cleanser at Eurovision.
Emma Muscat will likely put smiles on faces with her entry I Am What I Am.
Ela gives a perfect display of the authenticity the Cypriot music scene has to offer.
Sweden will be impossible to ignore at Eurovision this year with Cornelia Jakobs telling a story of heartache in a unique way.
Die Together is a beautifully vulnerable vocal display by Amanda Tenfjord.
Með Hækkandi Sól isn’t going to set the world on fire or turn heads across the continent.
Halo is an EDM banger uncompromising in its production.