Eurovision’s 2015 winner and 2016 co-host Måns Zelmerlöw is back once more with his latest single, Hanging on to nothing.
Released as his third single of the year following the releases of the French version of Should’ve gone home (Je ne suis qu’un homme) and Fire in the rain, Hanging on to nothing was written and produced by Arvid Ångström and Isac Herdegård and is the second single to be released from Måns Zelmerlöw’s upcoming album, set to be released later this year in November.
Hanging on to nothing is now available for download across a number of music and streaming platforms. You can listen to Zelmerlöw’s latest single below!
Last Saturday, Hanging on to nothing made its premiere on television screens around the nation during TV4’s Sommarkrysset, in which Zelmerlöw went on to perform a number of his newly released singles. If you missed it, check out Zelmerlöw’s live performance of Hanging on to nothing!
Following his Eurovision victory in 2015 with his winning hit Heroes, Zelmerlöw’s musical success continued with the release of his sixth studio album Perfectly damaged, followed by a European tour in the month of September 2015. The same year, Zelmerlöw was announced as one half of the hosting duo chosen to present the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest in the host city of Stockholm.
Earlier this month, Zelmerlöw was confirmed as one of the nominees in the 2016 Kristallen TV Awards in the category of Best Male Host, nominated for his presenting work in the Eurovision 2016 alongside Petra Mede. The ceremony will take place next month on the 4 September where the winners will be decided.