Sweden: Meet the Melodifestivalen 2021 acts (part 1)

28 songs, 28 acts but only one of them will make it to Rotterdam!

SVT, the Swedish broadcaster has just revealed the first 9 hopefuls that will compete in February in Melodifestivalen. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, SVT decided not to host a press conference like the previous years, but present the artists through social media. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 7:00 CET in the morning, the broadcaster will be revealing one artist every hour. Nine acts will be revealed on Tuesday and Wednesday and 10 on Thursday.

The 28 acts are revealed in random order. The semi-final allocation and running order will be revealed later on.

Here are the first acts of Melodifestivalen 2021:

  1. Participant: Danny Saucedo
    Song title: Dandi Dansa
    Songwriters: Danny Saucedo, Karl-Johan Råsmark
  2. Participant: Lovad
    Song title: Allting är precis likadant
    Songwriter: Mattias Andréasson, Alexander Nivek, Lova Drevstam, Albin Johnsén
  3. Participant: Kadiatou
    Song title: One Touch
    Songwriter: Joy Deb, Linnea Deb, Jimmy “Joker” Thörnfeldt, Anderz Wrethov
  4. Participant: Mustasch
    Song title: Contagious
    Songwriters: Ralf Gyllenhammar, David Johannesson
  5. Participant: Eva Rydberg & Ewa Roos
    Song title: Rena rama ding dong
    Songwriters: Göran Sparrdahl, Kalle Rydberg, Ari Lehtonen
  6. Participant: Emil Assergård
    Song title: Om allting skiter sig
    Songwriters: Emil Assergård, Jimmy Jansson, Jimmy ”Joker” Thörnfeldt, Anderz Wrethov, Johanna Wrethov
  7. Participant: Tess Merkel
    Song title: Good life
    Songwriters: Tony Malm, Tess Merkel, Palle Hammarlund, Mats Tärnfors
  8. Participant: Paul Rey
    Song title: The Missing Piece
    Songwriters: Fredrik Sonefors, Laurell Barker, Paul Rey
  9. Participant: Arvingarna
    Song title: Tänker inte alls gå hem
    Songwriters: Stefan Brunzell, Nanne Grönvall, Thomas G:son, Bobby Ljunggren

As mentioned previously, all shows will take place in Stockholm’s Annexet this year because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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