EER, the Estonian broadcaster for the Eurovision Song Contest, has published all of the competing songs for the upcoming Eesti Laul.

Eesti Laul 2014 will include two semi-finals on the 14th and 21st of February. Ten songs will compete in each semi-final, and five from each semi-final will qualify for the final on the 1st of March.

EER has put the songs online. You can listen to them here. The songs are on the far right hand side listed in semi-final 1 and semi-final 2.

ESC fan favourite Sandra Nurmsalu will be competing with the song “Kui tuuled pöörduvad”. You can hear the song below.

What song do you want to win Eesti Laul 2014 and represent Estonia in Eurovision 2014? Comment down below!

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Tha
Tha
6 years ago

My favorites are Kui Tuuled Pöörduvad and Supernoova.
I really want to see Sandra and Lenna on top 2
(:

But I think Sandra’s song is better for Eurovision

Arianna
6 years ago

It’s an interesting package as usual from Estonia this year. I quite like some of the entries. One that drew me in was Fearful Heart. Pretty music. Not winner material, but nice!!! A few of the other chill songs seem like they’d be suited to softcore porno music lmfao. Loving Nion, Maiken, Sandra…….:3

Zolan
Zolan
6 years ago

So much for high expectations.

sopon
sopon
6 years ago

As much as I love Sandra’s other work (i.e. Väike Eestimaa, Velvetiin), I don’t like this style of music from her. It sounds like something you would hear in the movie “Brother Bear” (and that movie wasn’t that good).
My favorites are Tanja and Leena.

D
D
6 years ago

Sandra’s song is NOT what I expected at all. I was kinda hoping for an alternative-esque song, a little bit how “Rändajad” was like, but this song is beautiful as well. Also, due to her Eurovision star power I think she has a very good chance of winning. My second favourite is Brigita Murutar and I’d be very happy if either of them ended up winning.

Ennin
Ennin
6 years ago

I doubt the intro will be included if it’s going to Copenhagen. The song is 46 seconds too long for Eurovision – and it makes sense to cut the intro.

Also, I don’t think Sandra can make the weird intro cut-in voices around 01:05 in Copenhagen (which is good) – somewhat similar to Iiris’ Astronaut when the reference to Roswell was removed during Eesti Laul 2010.

JulianaESC
JulianaESC
6 years ago

I wasn’t expecting a song like that from Sandra at all. I was put off in the beginning because of the intro but I have to admit the rest of the song is lovely. Plus, I know Sandra can pull off a live and come up with a great performance. But, this doesn’t scream winner yet. I’m also supporting Lenna.

Jacob
Jacob
6 years ago

Sandra’s song is amazing! Really hope it wins <3

Pera
Pera
6 years ago

My TOP 5
1. Maiken
2. Nion
3. Lauri
4. Tanja
5. State of Zoe