There’s just six days to go until Slovenia choose their Eurovision 2015 representative. And the 30-second snippets of all eight finalists have just been released on the official EMA YouTube channel. You can listen to them all below.

EMA 2015 30 Second Preview Snippets

If the snippets has left you wanting more, then make sure to catch the two song presentations which will be broadcast on Slovenian radio this week. The first presentation will be on VAL 202 on Tuesday, 24 February at 18:00 CET. You will be able to listen to the live broadcast here.

The second song presentation will take place on Thursday, 26 February on Radio Maribor between 10:00 to 11:00 CET. You will be able to listen to the live broadcast here.

EMA 2015 takes place next Saturday, 28 February at 20:00 CET and will be hosted by the quartet of Darja Švajger, Maja Keuc, Tinkara Kovach and Nejc Šmit. All eight finalists will perform on the night and the juries will select two songs to advance to the EMA super-final. The public will decide the winner.

What do you think? Any favourites so far?

Photo: Official EMA Facebook

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Calvin
Calvin
5 years ago

I hold that Maraaya and Martina are the best but that all of them get Slovenia a place in the final.

BritneyHooker
BritneyHooker
5 years ago

6th sounds the best, 7th the worst

Eugene ESC UK
Eugene ESC UK
5 years ago

Hi PETER :- What were you saying about copies? Cravings, Maraaya’s “Here for you” and “Goodbye to yesterday” have exactly the same drum beat and very similar. Maraaya’s also has a “retro” feel to it, not sure I like the violin solo though?? Should be very interesting for Estonia if this one goes through?

Denise
Denise
5 years ago

Nothing special from Slovenia this year! Maybe next year you will reach the final!

JESCGermany15
JESCGermany15
5 years ago

I like second and eight song! The rest are tyical Eurovision songs!

ify_
ify_
5 years ago

don’t like any that much for now but if i had to choose 6 or 8. team maaraya would be fun though, they are really hard workers and gave slovenia a beautiful song during jesc.

lolita
lolita
5 years ago

see? it isn’t that hard to get some good songs,slovenia. 2 great entries this year. “hear from you” and “once too many times” would easily qualify from semi to final

zietol91
zietol91
5 years ago

One and only – MARAYA!

EscCroatia
EscCroatia
5 years ago

since Croatia is not in the contest my hopes are for 1:Neno Belan or 8:Martina Majerle but to be honest the only real thing and best option for Slovenia here is 6:Maraaya but it would be so good if one of our singers would be competing again in esc

No Name
No Name
5 years ago

I’m quite suprised, it’s a good amount of songs, but none of them feels like a clear finalist to me. I think ‘Here For You’ sounded really catchy and good, but I’m not sure if it’s working in the contest, but I hope so. Slovenia deserves to do well.

Petter Claric
Petter Claric
5 years ago

Songs 3, 8, 5 & 2 for me in that order … so far … quite disappointed with Song 6 and not really getting the excitement over it … look forward to hearing all songs in full.
Probably not a vintage year for Slovenia though 😉

MarkyMark
MarkyMark
5 years ago

Maraaya THE ONLY SONG that could really win

Mar
Mar
5 years ago

They all seem like nice, well produced songs (except the one that sounds like a greek joke entry, you know the one) but none of them really left an impression on me. Could be a good year for Slovenia, but I don’t think they’ll top Tinkara.

Erin
Erin
5 years ago

Jana is so gonna bring the house down with Marraya being her strongest challenge. Misunderstandings sounds a lot like a Lisa Stansfield track from her 1992 album.

Tony
Tony
5 years ago

I want either Jana or Maraaya to win 😀

Mario Euro Vision of Gay Love Ljubezen
Mario Euro Vision of Gay Love Ljubezen
5 years ago

Its either *Alive* or *Here For You* for me… 🙂
I don’t really like any of the other 6 songs to be honest..
I hope that one of these 2 great songs will win on EMA & represent SLOVENIA in The Diamond Esc Vision.. 🙂
If this wishful scenario happens, then Slovenia not only can qualify to the grand finale but can do very descent business there! Even top10 result! <3 🙂
I see Slovenians even breaking their all time record place {that is the 7th } in EuroVision! 😀 <3

eurana
eurana
5 years ago

Following the retro wave in this ESC, my vote is Maraaya – Here for You

HornyJames
HornyJames
5 years ago

AS FOR SLOVENIA – SINCE 2011 I WAS WAITING FOR STHG SIMILAR TO MAJA KEUC VOICE WHICH IS STILL MY PERSONAL FAVORITE ENTRY OF ALL TIME FROM SLO AND EVENTUALLY MY WISH CAME TRUE. I AGREE-MARAAYA IS THE BEST CHOICE FOR SLOVENIA TO SCORE TOP PLACES FOR CHANGE AND I LOVE THE LYRICS FROM WHAT I’VE HEARD.OF COURSE I WAS ALSO REALLY EXCITED WHEN IN 2010 NINA PUSLAR HAD “DEZ” – BUT NO, SLOVENIA SENT FOLK SONG. SO HOPEFULLY THEY WILL NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE WITH RUDI BUCAR ENI FIGONI. SONG 2 FROM TIM AND SONG 5 ARE ALSO… Read more »

Mario Euro Vision of Gay Love Ljubezen!
Mario Euro Vision of Gay Love Ljubezen!
5 years ago

Ok that is weird… 😛 A Peter had posted a comment before me and i referred to the famous Peter from Slovenia with the same name..! 😛
I did not check the comments here before so that is strange coincidence indeed 😛

Mario Euro Vision of Gay Love Ljubezen Peter From SLOVENIA I Love You!
Mario Euro Vision of Gay Love Ljubezen Peter From SLOVENIA I Love You!
5 years ago

Here Is My Personal Ranking For Slovenia’s *EMA* 1) ** Alive ** 7 points 2) ** Here For You ** 6 points 3) ** Once Too Many Times ** 5 points 4) ** Misunderstandings ** 4 points 5) ** Glas Srca ** {Voice Of The Heart<3 } 3 points 6) ** Mava To ** { ? ? } 2 points 7) ** Vse Mogoce ** {Everything Is Possible} 1 point 8) ** Saltinka ** { ? } — u don't worry be happy! 🙂 :* Ok 4 The Record, All The English Songs Are My Top 4 And The Slovenian… Read more »

Peter
Peter
5 years ago

For me Maraaya have best song,and her voice and song reminds me of song from german national final 2013 Saint Lu Craving best song in german national final that year, with that song Germany would be in TOP 5 in final and maybe won.

JamieBoy
JamieBoy
5 years ago

I can’t believe I actually like a song from S.L.O.V.E.N.I.A.?! Not just like, I LOVE IT.Maraaya is my 2nd best entry of all THIS YEAR’s countries! Right after Amber from Malta. I MUST hear all 3 minutes of this song on tuesday and hopefully it will be on youtube.

Titaniumsparrow
Titaniumsparrow
5 years ago

Maraaya has the only song that left any impression. Sorry Slovenia, not a good year for you.

Noah
Noah
5 years ago

Tim Kores sounds OK.
Jana Shushtershich (thongue twister 😛 ) has the Swedish sounding song (in Slovene).
Maraaya has the 007 theme VOICE, not song. Martina Majerle may have some chance.

Everything else can easily be thrown away. Is it me, or Slovenia has dreadful music scene?

lollalol
lollalol
5 years ago

Yes, we haven’t much of female singers now. Bring us next, Slovenia. People, you are really sick. I want ICE

Daniel
Daniel
5 years ago

Jana Sustersic is the best – please Slovenia!

David Huerta
David Huerta
5 years ago

maraaya will win.great entry. love from Spain

ESCfamily
ESCfamily
5 years ago

After listening through this small sample of songs, Maraaya got my attention. I don’t think it’s comparable to any other 7 songs. Tim Kores is the only one I also find interesting. Jana Šušterši? sounds like Rebeka Dremelj maybe?

D
D
5 years ago

As I expected Maraaya is my favourite. I love the retro sound of the song and Marjetka’s soulful voice. “Nisi sam” will forever be the most underrated JESC entry (just above Poland’s two attempts). Martina’s song seems like the typical ESC fanwank song. Please don’t pick that Slovenia. “Misunderstandings” could’ve won Eurovision if this was 2002, really outdated and seems kinda juvenile but not bad. I also really like Jana Šušterši?, Clemens, Tim Kores, and I.C.E.’s songs. But if they want to place last in their semi though they should pick “Šaltinka”. But of course, this can all change when… Read more »