Måns Zelmerlöw’s “Hanging On To Nothing” Is For Saboteur Lovers & Dancefloors

Indulge in this guilty pleasure with pride.

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

Swedish singer, Måns Zelmerlöw, captures our tendency to sabotaging our relationships and going back at it in his new pop single “Hanging On To Nothing.” The track fuels you with bursts of beaming beats as Zelmerlöw’s silvery vocals immediately pins you to the dance mode. It’s essentially about loving someone who is a hot mess and makes you feel almost guilty indulging in the track, but can’t stop replaying. Built on a series of sputtering momentums, “Hanging On To Nothing” is what you’ll hear at the beginning and peak of the night on the dancefloor:

“Hanging On To Nothing” is from Zelmerlöw’s latest album, Chameleon, which was released on December 2016. It is his fifth Top 10 record in the Swedish charts and has other hits such as “Glorious,” which already accumulated half a million views. “Hanging On To Nothing” has already received gold certification in Poland and accumulated radio plays across Europe. As of now, Zelmerlöw has tour dates coming up so go holla at him:

Europe 2017 tour

4/19 – Melkweg (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

4/20 – Islington Academy (London, UK)

4/23 – Aeronef (Lille, France)

4/24 – Le Radiant Bellevue (Caulire-Et-Cuire, France)

4/25 – YOYO (Paris, France)

4/26 – Le Silo (Marseille, France)

4/28 – Plaza (Zurich, Switzerland)

4/30 – Stodola (Warsaw, Poland)