After weeks of national finals and entry reveals, we now know all forty-one songs for this year’s competition. Our Eurovision 2019 Spotify playlist is filling up fast, as most of the competing songs are now available for listening. In our latest weekly update, Sweden reaches second place among Eurovision 2019 streams, while Armenia joins the list.
The streaming figures on Spotify give us an impression of what fans have on replay. While there are a few changes within the top ten this week, Italy’s Mahmood remains in the lead.
Today’s update includes Armenia’s Srbuk for the first time. Unfortunately, Ukraine is no longer on the list following the national broadcaster’s withdrawal. You can listen via our playlist linked right here.
Eurovision 2019 Spotify streaming charts (24 March)
|5||The Netherlands||3,402,006||22||United Kingdom||265,885|
The table above shows the current number of streams for each song as of today, Sunday 24 March. While 33 songs are currently available on the platform, the entries from Lithuania, Montenegro, Georgia, Serbia, Belarus, Ireland, Azerbaijan and Malta haven’t been released to the platform yet. Notably, Romania’s entry “On a Sunday” was replaced with the new Eurovision edit and thus we’re combining the total count with the earlier streams counted so far. Moreover, new versions from Spain and Latvia’s songs are summed up with the previously released edit.
Italy remains in the lead — and by some distance. The track has accumulated more than 1.5 million daily streams in Italy alone and stands above 30 million plays. Sweden’s John Lundvik now comes in second position. Thus, France slips to number three with Spain at four and the Netherlands climbing one spot up to number five.
Back in the top ten is Switzerland. “She Got Me” climbs three spots to number ten this week. Cyprus’ Tamta is only 10,000 streams behind — looks like we’ll see more changes in the coming weeks!
Armenia joins the ranking
This week’s only new entry is Armenia’s Srbuk. “Walking Out” comes in with 41,547 streams as of March 24. While this currently puts her in last position, the song is already her most streamed one on the platform. There’s still plenty of time for Armenia to reach the top.
In the weeks leading up to Eurovision in Tel Aviv, we’ll be tracking the entries on Spotify and giving you an overview of which songs have made the biggest gains over the past seven days. It’s obviously not a perfect science, as you can stream artists from your home country. But it’s a fun barometer to look at anyway.
What do you think about the current Spotify stats? Do they indicate a possible win for Italy? Let us know in our comments below!