The Estonian clowns may be out of the competition, but there are still plenty of acts to laught at (and cheer for) in the final of Eesti Laul 2014. You can listen to the 10 finalists below, or on the EER web site.  Then you can vote for our favourites in our poll. You can vote for as many contestants as you would like, but you can only vote one time. Be sure to click the name next to each contestant you’d like to support before pressing submit. Let Estonia know what YOU think!

The Finalists

Tanja – “Amazing”

Wilhelm – “Resignal”

Super Hot Cosmos Blues Band – “Maybe-Maybe”

Kõrsikud – “Tule ja jää”

Lenna – “Supernoova”

Norman Salumäe – “Search”

Traffic – “Für Elise”

Maiken – “Siin või sealpool maad”

Sandra Nurmsalu – “Kui tuuled pöörduvad”

Brigita Murutar – “Laule täis taevakaar”

 

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Shirley Green
Shirley Green
6 years ago

Traffic-Fur Elise all the way!

Tha
Tha
6 years ago

Sandra would be great to represent Estonia again. My top 10 is:
1. Sandra
2. Lenna
3. Korsikud
4. Wilhelm
5. Tanja
6. Traffic
7. Brigita
8. Maiken
9. Norman
10. Super Hot Cosmos

Nick P.
6 years ago

Estonia is, as usual, spoilt for choice. My top 10: 1) Kõrsikud – “Tule ja jää” Absolutely magical. There’s a warmth and innocence to this song that can’t really be described but it’s there. It’s perfect for reminiscing by the fire. 2) Traffic – “Für Elise” Yeah, it’s folk but it’s damn good! This is so catchy and rhythmic, it could easily succeed in Copenhagen. 3) Norman Salumäe – “Search” This surprisingly effective modern ballad is lifted by a crazy awesome performance. 4) Lenna – “Supernoova” I love that they’re bringing back the late-90s Coldplay sound. The live is great,… Read more »

CookyMonzta
CookyMonzta
6 years ago

Is it just my imagination, or does Tanja’s “Amazing” remind anyone else of Robin Stjernberg’s “You” for Sweden last year?

CookyMonzta
CookyMonzta
6 years ago

5. Norman Salumäe
4. Tanja
3. Traffic (this one somehow reminds me of Avicii’s “Hey Brother”)
2. Lenna
1. Sandra Nurmsalu. Part folk-rock, part electronic; the best of both worlds. This song has the greatest potential to bring the contest to Tallinn in 2015.

Zolan
Zolan
6 years ago

Wilhelm — “Resignal” is easily the best by my taste. Beautifully formed and perfectly executed.

joey
joey
6 years ago

Sandra Nurmsalu for me!!! Good vibes for the song and as Switzerland 2005 would say, “Cool Vibes!!!”

Joe
Joe
6 years ago

Sandra! I am in love with her and her song! But i am so freaking worried that Super Hot Cosmos Blues Band goes unless juries kill it.

Petar
Petar
6 years ago

Maiken to Eurovision.

D
D
6 years ago

“Kui tuuled pöörduvad”, “Laule täis taevakaar”, or “Siin või sealpool maad” for me. I’m still upset that “Fearful Hearts” didn’t make it though.

Bogdan Honciuc
6 years ago

I can’t stop listening to “Kui tuuled pöörduvad” 🙂

And the live performance was flawless.

lucas menezes
lucas menezes
6 years ago

Norman Salumae — Search
Wilhelm – “Resignal”
Sandra Nurmsalu – “Kui tuuled pöörduvad”
Traffic – “Für Elise”

that’s my favorites…Estonia very well this year…

sopon
sopon
6 years ago

Supernoova, please. We have a strange lack of ballads and slower numbers this year (only Albania so far, and that’s a power ballad, not a regular ballad).

Charles
Charles
6 years ago

Wow … this is one big rich national final with folk-country-indie songs: this became a trend a bit all over Europe … If Traffic wins, this will be the 4th band to enter the competition this year with a song and style that can be compared to all the other three and it also mark the most “band-oriented” Eurovision ever straying away from the cheesy commercial pop dance tunes. And although I am not a fan of Sandra’s song’s chorus I like the mix of ethnic vibes and saxophone making this world music composition quite exotic. I think Sandra deserves… Read more »

Xepher
Xepher
6 years ago

Sanda or Traffic gets my vote 😀

Sami Luukela
Sami Luukela
6 years ago

Traffic!

Jacob
Jacob
6 years ago

Sandra, Tanja or Maiken 🙂

Dene
Dene
6 years ago

Sandra Nurmsalu — “Kui tuuled poorduvad”
Go girl