Eurovision 2014

SWEDEN : Melodifestivalen’s 2015 First Act Selection Announced in Eurovision 2015 Search

Melodifestivalen 2015. Photo : SVT

Melodifestivalen 2015. Photo : SVT

Voting is now open as the first Act for Melodifestivalen 2015 will be selected on August 31st from the eight contestants of this year’s ‘Svensktoppen Nasta’. You can listen to their songs HERE.

As per each year – the winner of ‘Svensktoppen Nasta’ will be guaranteed a place in the Melodifestivalen heats. The act will though have to change their song from the ‘Svensktoppen Nasta’ contest but they will make it to the live Eurovision selection shows.

Last year the bank EKO won ‘Svensktoppen Nasta’ with their song ‘Yellow’. They went on to compete in the third heat of Melodifestivalen in Göteborg with their song ‘Red’ where they unfortunately finished in last position and did not progress in the contest.

Svensktoppen Nasta 2014. Photo : Swedish Radio

Svensktoppen Nasta 2014. Photo : Swedish Radio

 

Eight Finalists This Year Are

 

  • ‘Bells & Whistles’BULLOCK HEARTS
  • ‘If forever means forever’STEPHANIE QUINT
  • ‘Ways of Growing Old’LAST TREES
  • ‘On that day’SKULL JOHANSSON
  • ‘Living by the gun’Flatfoot
  • ‘Alive’ELSA MARTINSSON
  • ‘Honey’MORGAN FÄRM
  • ‘When The blackbirds sing’REBECCA FREDRIKSSON

 

Listen to all the songs HERE

It has everything from Schlager, Electro, Pop, Dance, Country, Rock and Ballads. Bullock Hearts and Rebecca Fredriksson are the songs that grab our initial attention.

What do you think?

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : Sverigesradio

 

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