Pre-order Måns Zelmerlöw’s “Chameleon” And Receive Instant Grat Single “Glorious”

Måns Zelmerlöw’s “Chameleon” is available to pre-order now and get “Glorious” as an instant grat single. He also dropped the music video too.

This week, Måns Zelmerlöw has made his seventh studio album, “Chameleon” available to pre-order. Upon pre-ordering, you’ll get instant grat single “Glorious”. He also revealed a music video for said instant grat single.

This Swedish singer won the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, before going on to present the competition in 2016 alongside Petra Mede. This album follows the internationally successful “Perfectly Damaged”, which charted well globally after he won Eurovision 2015.

“Glorious” is the third single to be released from this album, after “Fire In The Rain” (previously released on the repackaged previous album) and “Hanging Onto Nothing“. He teased it about a month ago, along with the album. At the moment, it’s an instant grat single when you pre-order the album; however, a music video and artwork for the song has been released.

New single out today! Find it wherever you listen to music. Hope y'all like it! Artwork by @ciarajanson #mzglorious

A photo posted by Måns Zelmerlöw (@manszelmerlow) on

The song has no relation to Cascada’s “Glorious” which entered the Eurovision Song Contest 2013, regardless of the comparisons people are making.

The song itself works well as a follow-up to “Hanging On To Nothing“. It’s the first track on the album, and definitely showcases the direction Måns Zelmerlöw has taken.

His powerful and strong voice adds depth and emotion to this gorgeous song. It’s full of meaning and soul, all wrapped up in this lovingly cute catchy beat.

Watch The Music Video To Måns Zelmerlöw’s “Glorious” Here:

The music video is much more held back, compared to his previous music videos. Totally showcasing himself as an artist, the visual is a pure performance piece, with slight editing techniques.

This is quite mild to what we were expecting. On the other hand, being stripped back allows the audience to focus on him and his voice.

Scenically beautiful, watch Måns Zelmerlöw run up and down mountains and sands. He tramples through a forest where light technicians beam gloriously. This is definitely a glorious music video, directed by Mikeadelica.

Are you excited for Måns Zelmerlöw’s new album? What do you think of “Glorious”? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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