One month ago, Spanish broadcaster RTVE unveiled the names of the 16 acts  competing to represent Spain next year in Malmö. And though the titles of those artists’ songs weren’t due to be released until December 14, the same day those songs will be released to the public, a technical snafu earlier today gave Eurovision fans a sneak peek at what’s coming … including confirmation of one song that is already publicly available!

Those song titles are:

  • Almácor – “Brillos platino”
  • Angy Fernández – “Sé quién soy”
  • Dellacruz – “Beso en la mañana”
  • Jorge González – “Caliente”
  • Lérica – “Astronauta”
  • Mantra – “Me vas a ver”
  • María Peláe – “Remitente”
  • Marlena – “Amor de verano”
  • Miss Caffeina – “Bla bla bla”
  • Nebulossa – “Zorra”
  • Noan – “Te echo de”
  • Quique Niza – “Prisionero”
  • Roger Padrós – “El temps”
  • Sofia Coll – “Here to stay”
  • St. Pedro – “Dos extraños (cuarto de cuerda)”
  • Yoly Saa – “No se me olvida”

The news first broke on after RTVE mistakenly included a full track listing in the description of the official Benidorm album on the broadcaster’s digital store. Though RTVE was quick to remove the song titles, eagle-eyed Spanish Eurovision fans were quicker.

Interestingly, this leak seemingly confirms one previously speculated song to indeed be among the 16 competing entries. ‘Remitente’, a song by 33-year-old flamenco pop artist María Peláe, was released one month ago. In its currently available from, ‘Remitente’ runs over four minutes, so it is assumed that a shortened version was submitted to RTVE by the singer and her team. You can listen to the song below:

Spain finished in 17th place at the 2023 edition of Eurovision with the song “Eaea” by Blanca Paloma. This followed the country’s triumphant 3rd place finish at Eurovision 2022 with “SloMo” by Chanel.

Which of these songs titles has you most intrigued? Do any of you live in Spain and have experience with web development? (I have a feeling a job may have opened up over at RTVE.) Sound off in the comments below, in our forum, or on social media @ESCUnited.

Source: Eurovoix

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