Eurovision 2024 may have come to a conclusion, but the music will always continue. A number of Eurovision artists are thankfully still producing new music for us to enjoy.

Contrary to the commonly perpetuated myth about the song contest killing careers, we’re always thrilled to report that singers associated with Eurovision are thriving.

Here is our latest weekly roundup with a selection of the songs released recently by Eurovision stars.

New music from Eurovision artists: 2024 | Week 19 part 2

With so many new songs this week, we’ve split the roundup into two smaller articles. You can find part 1 here.

Nutsa – “Mother’s Love”

We begin the second part of this week with Nutsa, the proud representative of Georgia this year, who managed to bring her country back to the Grand Final after 7 years of non-qualifications, delivering an outstanding show the night before. Her new track is a tribute to mothers, especially her own. The touching ballad, combined with Nutsa’s sweet voice, makes the melody as sweet as honey. The lyrics speak about a mother’s love, which is unique, and how a mother can feel everything her child feels, even from afar: “Cause when my heart was breaking/ I knew your heart was aching/ Thousand miles away/ You could hear my heartbeat/ Knew just how I was feeling/ Always knew just what to say.

Manizha – “Candlelight”

Manizha competed in Eurovision back in 2021. Her newest song is the first taste we get from her upcoming album called Hope. The song itself revolves around the theme of hope and maintaining a light within your heart, anticipating better days ahead: “Hope is like candlelight/ As long as you’re still alive/ No one can take this light away.” Accompanied by a music video, Manizha’s emotive eyes captivate viewers. The song features a gentle instrumental that accentuates her commanding voice and the profound lyrics even further. Regarding her song, Manizha said:

I’m just singing you a song from beginning to end. Let these 3 minutes be a time for you to be yourself.

Fabrizio Moro – “Maledetta Estate”

Fabrizio Moro delivered a powerful performance for Italy, alongside Ermal Meta, back in 2018. With Ermal releasing an album the previous week, it was now Fabrizio’s turn to unveil something new. He has introduced a new acoustic song with Latino influences titled “Damn Summer.” The song narrates a love story that bloomed and faded away just like the passing of summer, a fleeting romance that resurfaces with each return of the season: “Damn summer that makes me think of you/ Damn love that I experienced and now is gone/ Damn summer, you’ve come and gone.” Fabrizio eagerly anticipates the revival of his summer romance.

Blas Cantó – “Tú nunca me has querido”

Blas was chosen to represent Spain back in 2020, but due to the pandemic, the contest was canceled. He returned to grace the Eurovision stage the following year, in 2021. His latest song is a poignant ballad with a captivating acoustic sound. Its title translates to “You Never Loved Me.” In the lyrics, Blas reflects on the memories of a past relationship, acknowledging that love has come to an end: “You never loved me/ I don’t know who was more cowardly/ I’m sorry for not daring to fall in love.” Upon the song’s release, Blas shared on his personal social media:

Sometimes what seems like the end is really the beginning. And this is the beginning of something new.

Articolo 31 feat. Nina Zilli – “NON HO VOGLIA (DISCO PARTY)”

It’s time to hit the disco floor! Nina, who represented Italy in 2012, has teamed up with the Italian duo Articolo 31 for an exciting collaboration. Their new track is featured on the duo’s latest album PROTOMARANZA. Despite its title, “I Don’t Want To (Disco Party),” this song is a perfect blend of disco vibes and rap, guaranteed to get you grooving. Accompanied by a lyrics video perfect for singing along, this tune will have you moving your body in no time. So, let’s get the party started!

Elena Tsagrinou & DJ Stephan – “Adynamia”

Elena, who represented Cyprus in 2021, has teamed up with DJ Stephan to craft the ultimate summer anthem. Her remarkable voice harmonizes with a catchy tune, showcasing DJ Stephan’s talent in producing an addictive track that’s destined to dominate club parties and the airwaves all summer long. Get ready to kick off your summer vibes with this sensational song!

Jill Johnson – “Nashville Story”

Let’s complete the musical palette with a touch of country! Jill, who represented Sweden in 1998, delivers the perfect country tune with “Nashville Story.” In this song, she longs to hear a tale straight out of Nashville because her heart will forever belong to Jolene, and the country roads will always lead her home. With nods to numerous iconic country songs, Jill’s track immerses us in the authentic country atmosphere, transporting us to a whole different movie-like scene.

Roxen – Alternative Dreams

Roxen, initially selected to represent Romania in 2020 before the contest’s cancellation due to the pandemic, made a triumphant return in 2021. Now, she has released a new EP titled Alternative Dreams. Featuring a total of 7 songs, the EP offers a diverse range of tracks, including heartfelt ballads and energetic bangers, presented in both Romanian and English. With 4 Romanian songs, listeners can revel in the melodious beauty of the language. Among these, “Saruta-ma” (Kiss Me) was previously released. Additionally, the EP includes 3 English songs, including the empowering “Love Letter to Myself” and the absolute banger “Sun Down.” Get your tickets for a trip in Roxen’s alternative dreams.

Vasil Garvanliev with Uniting Voices – “Multiverse”

Vasil is yet another contestant who was initially selected to compete in 2020 and made a triumphant return in 2021, representing North Macedonia. His latest song is not your typical track; it’s an experimental and alternative piece that delves into the concept of parallel universes. This song explores the profound connection between music and our collective human experience, bridging the past, present, and future. It highlights music’s transformative power, infusing hope into our lives despite the challenges of modern society, such as the pervasive influence of social media and rapid technological advancements. It pays homage to our cultural heritage, acknowledges the trials of the present, and encourages us to embrace the future with optimism. Vasil shared his thoughts about the new song, expressing:

“Multiverse” is a composition that reflects the parallel universe we currently live in trying to grapple with multiple realities.

AWS – Innen szép nyerni

AWS is the rock band from Hungary that competed in 2018. After releasing several singles individually in recent weeks, they have finally compiled a full album titled It’s Nice To Win From Here. The album comprises 12 pure rock songs, all in Hungarian, as AWS aims to maintain their authenticity and passion for singing in their native language. The album delves into themes of love, joy, and sorrow, promising a raw and emotional musical journey. With the release of the album, the band members have vowed to never lose sight of their inner child and to continue embracing their musical roots.

Jendrik – “Stronger From It”

Jendrik, who represented Germany in 2021, is known as the president of feel-good anthems! His latest song is guaranteed to bring an instant smile to your lips, with its infectious joy and uplifting lyrics about overcoming obstacles and leaving negativity behind. With his upbeat tunes, Jendrik champions mental health awareness, emphasizing that it’s okay not to be okay and that healing is a journey filled with ups and downs. He reminds us that the challenges we face ultimately make us stronger.

Victor Crone – “Comes And Goes”

The Swedish artist Victor Crone, who represented Estonia in Eurovision 2019, is back with a new pop tune brimming with positivity and good vibes. The song reflects on the transient nature of life, reminding us that amidst the ebb and flow, there are always good things waiting for us if we stay hopeful and keep believing. Victor delivers the perfect optimistic anthem for the radio waves, a song we all need to lift our spirits. Although the song was written in 2020, it’s finally being released now. Victor expressed his thoughts, saying:

A song about finding freedom from the things that hold you back and a reminder that everything comes and goes. I hope you will like it as much as I do!

Mandoki Soulmates – A Memory Of Our Future

Mandoki Soulmates is a rock and fusion group led by Leslie Mándoki, who previously competed in Eurovision in 1979 as part of the band Dschinghis Khan, representing Germany and finishing in 4th place. Together with his new group, they have released an album comprising 12 songs, each featuring impressive fusion instrumentals and poetic lyrics. The songs on this album vary in length, with an average duration ranging between 5 and 8 minutes. The shortest track, “I Am Because You Are,” clocks in at 4 and a half minutes, while the longest, “Enigma of Reason,” extends beyond 10 minutes, showcasing the band’s penchant for expansive musical journeys.

Andrius Pojavis – “Laimės namai”

We close this week’s roundup with a heartwarming love song from Lithuania. Andrius, who represented Lithuania in 2013, has released his newest track titled “Home of Happiness.” The song exudes a perfect summer vibe and a sense of serenity, with lyrics that beautifully capture the feeling of finding your happy place in the arms of your loved one. Andrius revealed that he wrote this song after his attempt to represent his country again at this year’s Eurovision ended with him being the last one in the national selection. Despite this setback, he confessed that the experience didn’t discourage him. Instead, he congratulated himself for the courage he showed and the lessons he learned along the way.

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

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