He’s been busy playing Swedish summer festivals and getting ready for his European tour, but Måns Zelmerlöw still had the time to premiere his new single “Should’ve Gone Home” on the singalong show Lotta på Liseberg, along with a couple of older favourites.
“Should’ve Gone Home”
Måns’ new single is a heartfelt ballad where he expresses regret at cheating on a lover. It seems to be based on his real-life struggles with fidelity, but if the sentiment of the song is anything to go by, he’s a changed man. Måns performed the song from the roof of a building next to the Liseberg crowd, creating both a feeling of isolation and intimacy.
And of course Måns had to deliver an old favourite. Showing that he’s moved on from the extravagant style of his 2007 Melodifestivalen performance, Måns delivered a new version of “Cara Mia”, keeping the drama, perfectly coordinating with the live band and working the crowd like a master.
Måns might have a new single, but things are still at the stage where he can’t go anywhere without performing his Eurovision-winning song. “Heroes” was a singalong performance, with Måns putting to good use his experience as the former host of Allsång på Skansen, getting the crowd involved.
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