Laura Remmel

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Laura Remmel
Laura Põldvere.jpg
Laura at Eurolaul 2007
Background information
Birth name Laura Põldvere
Also known as Laura
Born (1988-08-30) 30 August 1988 (age 28)
Origin Estonia
Genres Pop, Jazz, Blues
Years active 2005–present
Labels Moonwalk[1]
Associated acts Suntribe, Carrot Lights[2]

Laura Remmel also known as Laura (née Laura Põldvere, born 30 August 1988[3]) is an Estonian singer. She represented Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 as part of the girl group Suntribe and has taken part in the Estonian preselection numerous times since, singing songs written by Sven Lõhmus.


Laura started her career in 2005, when she was participating in Eurolaul 2005[4] with the song "Moonwalk". "Moonwalk" came second, but Laura won the contest as the member of the girl group Suntribe.[5] Suntribe represented Estonia in Eurovision Song Contest 2005. [6]

Laura also took part at "Eurolaul 2007" for the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, her entry "Sunflowers" came third.

In September 2007, Laura released her debut album "Muusa" and started studies in Berklee College, Boston U.S., putting her music career on hold.

In 2009, she was back by entering the new format Eesti Laul as a solo singer in hopes of representing Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, her entry "Destiny" came third.

In November, 2011, Laura released her first compilation album "Sädemeid taevast", which consisted of all her singles since 2005 to 2011 as well as a track from her second studio album "Ultra".

Laura once again attempted to represent Estonia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, entering Eesti Laul with the song "Supersonic". It placed second in the Superfinal.



  • Moonwalk (2005)
  • Sunflowers (2007)
  • Muusa (2007)
  • 581 C (2008)
  • Destiny (2009)
  • Supersonic (2015)


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