Icelandic songtitles revealed!

Icelandic broadcaster RUV has just revealed which 12 songs will be competing in Söngvakeppnin for a ticket to Stockholm!
These are the hopefuls:

Sigga Eyrún – Kreisí (Crazy)
Music: Karl Olgeirsson
Lyrics: Karl Olgeirsson Sigríður Eyrún Friðriksdóttir

Helgi Valur Ásgeirsson – Óvær (Uneasy)
Music and lyrics: Karl Olgeirsson

Erna Mist & Magnús Thorlacius – Ótöluðorð (Unspoken words)
Music and lyrics: Erna Mist / Magnús Thorlacius

Erna Hrönn Ólafsdóttir & Hjörtur Traustason – Hugurminner (My mind is)
Music and lyrics: Þórunn Erna Clausen

Þórdís Birna Borgarsdóttir & Guðmundur Snorri Sigurðarson – Spring yfirheiminn (All over the world)
Music: Júlí Heiðar Halldórsson
Lyrics: Júlí Heiðar Halldórsson / Guðmundur Snorri Sigurðarson

Alda Dís Arnardóttir – Augnablik (One Moment)
Music: Alma Guðmundsdóttir / James Wong
Lyrics: Alma Guðmundsdóttir / James Wong / Alda Dís Arnardóttir

Karlotta Sigurðardóttir – Óstöðvandi (Unstoppable)
Music: Kristinn Sigurpáll Sturluson / Ylfa Persson / Linda Persson.
Lyrics: Alma Rut Kristjánsdóttir / Ylfa Persson / Linda Persson.

Ingólfur Þórarinsson – Fátækurnámsmaður (A broke student)
Music and lyrics: Ingólfur Þórarinsson

Elísabet Ormslev – Á ný (Again)
Music and lyrics: Greta Salome Stefánsdóttir

Greta Salome Stefánsdóttir – Raddirnar (The Voices)
Music and lyrics: Greta Salome Stefánsdóttir

Sigríður Eir Zophoniasardóttir & Jóhanna Vala Höskuldsdóttir – Égséþig (I see you)
Music and lyrics: Sigríður Eir Zophoniasardóttir and JóhannaVala Höskuldsdóttir

Pálmi Gunnarsson – Égleiðiþigheim (I lead you home)
Music and lyricsi: Þórir Úlfarsson

Erna Hrön Ólafsdóttir has participated in the Icelandic selection in the past and makes a comeback once again here. Her duet partner Hjörtur Traustason has just won the first season of The Voice Iceland.
Ingólfur Þórarinsson came second to Yohanna in Söngvakeppnin 2009.
Greta Salome Stefánsfóttir is a known face to Eurovision fans, having represented Iceland at the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, in a duet with Jónsi singing Never Forget.
This same Greta also wrote the song Elísabet Ormslev is competing with. Elísabet took part in The Voice Iceland and happens to be the daughter of Helga Möller, who was part of ICY, Iceland’s first ever representatives in the Eurovision Song Contest singing Gleðibankinn in 1986.
Pálmi Gunnarsson was part of ICY as well and Alda Dís Arnardóttir has won Iceland Got Talent and has stated it’s her dream to represent Iceland in the Eurovision Song Contest someday.

There will be two semi-finals, on the 6th and 13th of February, featuring six songs each. Of every semi-final 3 songs will proceed to the final on February 20. A special jury, however, will be choosing a song that didn’t make it initially and give it a wild card to the final.

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