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MESC: 30 songs selected for next phase

The Public Broadcasting Services announced the first preliminary list of the 30 songs selected in the first phase, possibly, to compete in next year’s Malta Eurovision Song Contest.

The preliminary list was compiled following the adjudication of 129 songs which were presented to participate in this most prestigious festival.

The selected songs list is now being published by tvm.com.mt. The next phase is the adjudication of these songs for the selection of the 16 finalist songs which will compete in the festival next February when the Maltese song will be chosen for the Eurovision.

These are the 30 selected songs:

Title of Song Name Artist Surname Artist
Casablanca Love Abire Sekkaki
Dai Laga Aidan
See You AIDAN
We Can Run Avenue Sky Avenue Sky
Heart Of Gold Brooke Borg
Taboo Christabelle Borg
If Only Dan
One Step At A Time Danica Muscat
Turn It Up Deborah C Cassar
Human Deborah C & Joseph Tabone
Pictures Dominic Cini
Back to Life Eleanor Cassar
Good Times Ishmael Grech
Supernovas Jasmine Abela
Super Woman Kelsey Bellante
Great Adventure Kevin Paul Calleja
Monsters Kimberley Cortis
You Will Find Me Kurt Anthony Cassar
Love Renegade Lawrence Gray Gray
Kiss Malcolm Pisani
Call 2morrow Matthew Anthony
Breaking Point Mikhail Attard and Cherylis Camileri
Rocket Miriana Conte
Mixed Feelings Nicole Azzopardi
Evolution Petra Whiteford
In My Mind Raquel Galdes
Beyond Blue Horizons Rhiannon Micallef
Song For Dad Richard  Joe Micallef
Closer Stefan Galea
First Time Tiziana Calleja
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