The 30 songs competing in A Dal 2018 have been released in full length and are now available to listen online.
MTVA has now released the full length versions of this year’s A Dal entries. The 30 entries competing for the opportunity of representing Hungary in Eurovision this year are:
- Andy Roll – Turn the lights on
- AWS – Viszlát nyár
- Ceasefire X – Satellites
- Dánielfy Gergely – Azt mondtad
- Fourtissimo – Kisnyuszi a kalapban
- Gulyás Roland – Hypnotized
- Ham ko Ham – Bármerre jársz
- Heincz Gábor ”BIGA” – Good vibez
- Horváth Cintia – Journey
- Horváth Tamás – Meggyfa
- Király Viktor – Budapest Girl
- Knoll Gabi – Nobody to die for
- Leander Kills – Nem szól harang
- Living Room – Kirakat élet
- Maszkura és a Tücsökraj – Nagybetűs szavak
- Maya ’n’ Peti – Nekem te
- Nemzenekar – Waiting
- Nene zenekar – Mese a királyról
- Noémo – Levegőt
- Nova Prospect – Vigyázó
- Peet Project – Runaround
- Polgár Odett – Aranyhal
- SativuS – Lusta lány
- Süle Zsolt – Zöld a május
- Szőke Nikoletta, Kökény Attila, Szakcsi Lakatos Róbert – Életre kel
- #yeahla ft. Eszes Viki – 1 Szó Mint 100
- The Matter – Broken Palms
- Tolvai Reni – Crack My Code
- Vastag Tamás – Ne hagyj reményt
- Yesyes – I let you run away
Listen to all the songs here.
The 2018 contest is the 7th edition of this Hungarian national selection format. The current line up also includes returning artists from every previous edition, for example Szabó Ádám from Yesyes (A Dal 2013, 2015, 2017), Tolvai Reni (A Dal 2012, 2016), Vastag Tamás (A Dal 2013, 2014) to name a few.
The competition will consist of three heats, two semi-finals and a Final. Taking place on every Saturday, starting on January 20th with the first heat and ending on February 24th with the Final.
The winner of A Dal 2018 will go on to represent Hungary at the 63rd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal. In 2017 Hungary was represented by Joci Pápai with the song Origo which placed 8th in the Final.
Source: ESC Plus
Hungary in the Eurovision Song Contest