JESC 2018 | Malta Junior Eurovision Songs Released

September 4, 2018

 

 

With a little over two months until the Junior Eurovision 2018 begins.  It appears that the pace of songs, and artists chosen is slowly gathering pace.  Yesterday, it was Malta's turn to reveal their part in the up and coming contest.

 

The broadcaster for Malta, has revealed the sixteen songs, all vying to become the countries next Junior Eurovision representative.  The national final, will take place this Saturday 8th September at 16:45 CET.  The sixteen songs, and artists are as follows:

 

Giorgia Borg – 10

Thea Aquilina – Back to My Freedom

Isaac Spiteri – Bonfire Nights

Yarin Coleiro – Can You Be the One

Kylie Meilak – Crystals

Lora Grech – Finish Line

Jahel Cardona – Home

Riona Degiorgio – Infinity

Ela Mangion – Marchin’ On

Eliana Gomez Blanco – Music Takes Control

Kristy Spiteri – Nann

Luana Schembri – No Rest for the Wicked

Albert-Lauren Agius – Paper Boats

Zaira Mifsud – Shout Now

Katryna Borg and Rihana Azzopardi – The Puppet and the Clown

Aiden Aquilina Cohen – Wherever You Go

 

A quick recap to the songs can be found in the link below:

 

 

 

There are several familiar names in the line up, that have competed before, but also some new singers.  It is the first time since 2010 that the participating songs have been known before the national final.  At the junior contest, Malta has quite a proud record since first competing in 2003.  They have won on two occasions back with Gaia Cauchi in 2013, and in 2015 with Destinty Chukunyere.  Last year Gianluca Cilia had the honour of representing his country, coming a respectable 9th. 

 

Jess from team Eurovoxx was there, and interviewed Gianluca, go and check out what he said below:

 

 

Have you decided on a favourite yet?  Please let us know in the comments below.

 

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