Måns Zelmerlöw Has Released The Music Video To “Hanging On To Nothing”

It’s been nine months since “Hanging On To Nothing” was released as the second single from Måns Zelmerlöw’s seventh studio album Chameleon; and, finally, a music video has been released. We now have a visual to go with this beautiful song.

The visual is directed by Mikadelica; who has worked with Måns Zelmerlöw in the past, on music videos “Glorious“, “Fire In The Rain”, and “Should’ve Gone Home”. We previously described the song as “full of emotion, with a strong beat and catchy hook”. The lyrics paints a picture of a relationship that is on the rocks; that he is loving the drama of it all.

Watch The Music Video To Måns Zelmelöw’s “Hanging On To Nothing” Here:

The visual sees Måns Zelmelöw in an apartment, where he visually displays his emotions whilst singing this song. There are some scenes of the woman he’s singing about, but we never get to fully see who it is. There are also scenes from his sold-out European tour which also included a date in London at the O2 Academy Islington, which we were invited to. We also had the chance to interview Måns Zelmerlöw on his tour bus whilst we were there; where he also revealed that a music video for this song was coming up, amongst other things.

The song itself has been added to Radio 2’s C-List. There has also been a bilingual English/French version released in France, titled “Rien que nous deux (Hanging on to Nothing)”. The original has also hit over 2.2 million Spotify streams,

The music video for the bilingual version of the song was also released the same day, you can watch that version of the video below.

What do you make of the music video for “Hanging On To Nothing” by Måns Zelmerlöw? Let us know all your thoughts on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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