The Eurovision 2024 season is slowly beginning to heat up. Over the course of the next few months, we will all fall in and out of love with scores of new national final and Eurovision entries. But that doesn’t mean we forget about the artists from past contests.

Our weekly new music roundups will start again on Sunday 7 January, featuring all the music that past Eurovision stars have released since the start of 2024.

However, many artists also dropped new tunes in the final weeks of December after our last roundup. Since there’s so many of them, we sadly don’t have room to include these in our first official weekly roundup of the new year. Therefore, here’s a quick-fire round of some of the songs and music videos you might have missed over the past couple of weeks.

New music from Eurovision artists: 2023 | Week 52

Marija Šerifović – “Dolazi Ljubav”

Eurovision participation: Serbia 2007 (winner)

Ronela Hajati & Kamali – “Epoka”

Eurovision participation: Albania 2022

Lorie feat. Bilal Hassani – “Play”

Eurovision participation: France 2019

Gazda Paja feat. Sanja Vučić – “Idi ljubi”

Eurovision participation: Serbia 2016 and 2021

Jessica Mauboy – “Never Giving Up”

Eurovision participation: Australia 2018

Justyna Steczkowska – “WITCH-ER Tarohoro”

Eurovision participation: Poland 1995

Albina Kelmendi – “A thua”, “Kenge e pa kryer” & “Pyes veten”

Eurovision participation: Albania 2023

Charlotte Perrelli – “At Last”

Eurovision participation: Sweden 1999 (winner) and 2008

Lord of the Lost – Weapons Of Mass Seduction

Eurovision participation: Germany 2023

Bvcovia feat. Connect-R & Vlad Dobrescu – “Un simplu om”

Eurovision participation: Moldova 2006

T.Danny feat. ByeAlex – “Ezer Nap”

Eurovision participation: Hungary 2013

Gerard Joling – “Twee Motten”

Eurovision participation: Netherlands 1988

Jelena Tomašević – “Rano Moja Mila”

Eurovision participation: Serbia 2008

Diona feat. Sofi Marinova – “Неизживяната любов”

Eurovision participation: Bulgaria 2012

Sirusho – “Indzanic Avel (Solo)”

Eurovision participation: Armenia 2008

Elhaida Dani – “Ajër”

Eurovision participation: Albania 2015

Lucky Rose, Fragma & Lotus feat. Robin Bengtsson – “Everytime Next To Me”

Eurovision participation: Sweden 2017

Eurovision participation: Lithuania 2018

Eurovision participation: Slovakia 2010

Eurovision participation: Spain 2011

Vanja V feat. JOWST – “Yokohama City”

Eurovision participation: Norway 2017

Brunette – “Հիմա ցուրտ ա”

Eurovision participation: Armenia 2023

Zeljko Joksimovic – “1000 Zena”

Eurovision participation: Serbia & Montenegro 2004, Serbia 2012

Rambo Amadeus feat. STO1K & Amonte – “ai”

Eurovision participation: Montenegro 2012

Which of these new songs is your favourite? Do you have any other artists you want to shout out to? Let us know in the comments.

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Zanoni
Zanoni
1 month ago

Lord of the Lost’s covers album is a lot of fun!

Kort
Kort
1 month ago

Congrats to Marija Serifovic for becoming a mom!

Rich Isaac
Rich Isaac
1 month ago

It’s 2023 Week 52, not 2024

ESC Lover
ESC Lover
1 month ago

Justyna Steczkowska performed her ESC candidate song live for the first time at the New Year’s Eve concert yesterday. She sang live and gave a great performance! Vocally and physically she is in a great shape! And she is 51:) she gives me Ruslana and Loreen vibes!

sss
sss
1 month ago
Reply to  ESC Lover

yes, Ruslana and Loreen vibes and I would compare the general impression to CHA CHA CHA because when you see it or listen to it you have reaction like WTF…. I WANNA SEE IT AGAIN 🙂

Dawid
Dawid
1 month ago
Reply to  ESC Lover

What is it called?

Niko
Niko
1 month ago

Justyna submitted her song to TVP to represent Poland in Malmö

Jake
Jake
1 month ago

What do you think about Steczkowska’s song? She intends to submit it for ESC.

Yankee
Yankee
1 month ago

I liked the second half of these songs. The first half I didn’t care for. Happy 2024.