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Måns Zelmerlöw releases new single “What You Were Made For”

After more than a year without any song releases, the ‘hero’ of Eurovision 2015 is back and he brought us a whole new sound! On the 22th of May, Måns Zelmerlöw released his newest single “What You Were Made For”. Please tell us Måns, aren’t we all trying to figure that out?

“What You Were Made For”

The first thing you notice when listening to this song, is the playful 80’s vibe many modern artists have started to embrace in the past year. This definitely feels like a summer hit with a powerful and positive message. Måns encourages us to reach out to him spread the love, especially when life gets tough and you feel like you are in a dark place.

So when you need me, wе’ll light up the dark
Go spread the lovе, you know it’s what you were made for

Måns Zelmerlöw – What You Were Made For

The song is written by Måns himself, along with Chrystopher Bryn and Zaron.

Lucky for us, we can stream the song on all available music platforms!

Måns at the Eurovision Song Contest 2015

Måns Zelmerlöw participated at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2015, representing his country Sweden with the song ‘Heroes’. He became an early favorite to win the contest, after giving a memorable performance at Melodifestivalen with the usage of projected visual effects. He eventually took the trophy home, after winning the contest with 365 points and giving Sweden its sixth win overall.

What do you think of Måns’ new song? Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, make sure you follow us on Spotify for the latest music from your favourite Eurovision acts.

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Bo van Leijden

I have been watching Eurovision since I was a young girl, but I've been actively involved in the contest since 2016. I am really passionate about it and it's basically all I talk about from January till June. My favorite genre is probably pop/rock, but I enjoy a good ballad every now and then. I have been visiting Eurovision in Concert for a long time and I've been to 2 editions of Eurovision so far!

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