It’s only been two months since Nemo stormed over Europe and broke The Code, but some countries are already starting to think how to crack it themselves in 2025! This week it was Malta, which for the second year in a row held their ‘Malta Eurovision Song Contest Music Exchange Camp’s. This camp is an opportunity for artists from Malta to collaborate with talents from all over Europe, hoping to create the next big hit for the 2025 contest.

After The Busker’s unfortunate last place in the semi final in 2023, the first MESC Music Exchange Camp took place, hoping to get the country back into the final. Malta’s 2024 song, ‘Loop’ by Sarah Bonnici, was indeed written in said camp, and managed to make it’s way in to the Eurovision stage. However, not only did it not manage to qualify to the final, it continued the streak of bad luck from 2023 with another last place in the semi final.

With their head held high, last week Malta went through with the second edition of the camp, with no less than 60 artists. Some familiar faces to the contest attended the event as well, including Destiny (Malta 2020, 2021), Christabelle (Malta 2018) and Teya (Austria 2023).

Another surprising artist in the camp was Sarah Bonnici herself, who returned to the camp after representing the country last year.

Aside from the Eurovision songwriting camp, an additional camp took place simultaneously, for the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest. 10 Kids below the age of 15 were invited to the writing camp, to collaborate with the adults and compose songs for their junior national selection.

Who would #YOU like to see representing Malta next year? Let us now on our forum and social medias!

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