Former Eurovision winner and presenter Måns Zelmerlöw is back with his brand new single "Happyland". On Wednesday we saw Måns, reprise his role as presenter by co hosting the UK national selection show, 'Eurovision: You Decide'. Besides being presenter, he also sang along with last year's UK representative Lucie Jones. They put on a great show singing some of Abba's beautiful hits, such as Eurovision winning song 'Waterloo', 'Dancing Queen', 'S.O.S' and culminating with 'The Winner Takes It All'. You can check their video here:
Måns Zelmerlöw just returned home, and he has great news for his fans. Today, the BBC released the video for his new song called 'Happyland'. POPE Productions, a Swedish-based film production company, which together with Måns Zelmerlöw has created a post-apocalyptic fiction. The video has been recorded in both Sweden and Iceland. All spectacular scenes are a mixture of Swedish forests and of the Icelandic rugged mountain climate.
The song 'Happyland' is a long-awaited single and has been the fans favourite of the latest album Chameleon. 'Happyland' is the 5th and last single from the album, which has previously delivered hits like 'Wrong Decision', 'Fire In The Rain', 'Hanging On To Nothing' and last but not least 'Glorious', all of which were huge hits. They were also played frequently throughout Europe since their release. You can listen and watch the video clip here:
Following Måns Zelmerlöw's great success with the Chameleon album and an intense 2017, he is now taking a break to write for a forthcoming album in 2019. Eurovoxx cannot wait for this.
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