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Supernova 2022 songs revealed

LTV have released the songs competing at this year’s Supernova 2022. The winner will represent Latvia at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, Italy.

Listen to the songs in this YouTube playlist

  • Bermudu Divstūris – BAD
  • Markus Riva – If you’re gonna love me
  • Aminata – I’m letting you go
  • BUJĀNS – He, She, You & Me
  • Citi Zēni – Eat Your Salad
  • Inspo – A Happy Place
  • Miks Dukurs – First Love
  • Beatrise Heislere – On the way home
  • the COCO’NUTS – In and out of the dark
  • KATŌ – Promises
  • Elīna Gluzunova – Es pabiju tur
  • Mēs Jūs Mīlam – Rich Itch
  • Linda Rušeniece – Pay My Own Bills
  • RAUM – Plans
  • Zelma – How
  • Patriks Peterson – Can’t Get You Outta My Head

Latvia is set to choose their entry for Eurovision 2022 on 12th February, as the country prepares for the Supernova selection. The semi-final will take place on the 5th February, with the final being held a week later. 130 songs were submitted to Latvian broadcaster LTV for the selection.

The Supernova selection is set to return after a hiatus last year following the internal selection of Samanta Tīna. LTV have not officially confirmed the details of the selection yet. The news of the selection date was revealed via the Eurovision.tv calendar.

Latvia at Eurovision 2021

Samanta Tina, a veteran of Supernova, finally got her chance to go to Eurovision last year when she won the selection with “Still Breathing”. However, with the cancellation of the contest, it turned out to not be her year after all. Thankfully, LTV internally selected her for the 2021 contest and began the search for her 2021 entry last summer.

Samanta and her team wrote 11 potential entries during her songwriting camp. In the process she consulted former Latvian Eurovision representatives Aminata (2015) and Kārlis Būmeistars (Valters & Kaža, 2005).” She released her Eurovision 2021 entry “The Moon Is Rising” back in March, as part of a series of special programming from LTVThe video went on to attract controversy from conservatives in Latvia.

Unfortunately, the song failed to qualify from its semi-final in Rotterdam, placing 17th with 14 points.

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