Måns Zelmerlöw’s latest album Perfectly Damaged features bangers, ballads, electro, dance pop and tonnes more in between. But it doesn’t feature one thing: A track named “Perfectly Damaged”.

Fortunately Mums-Mums cleared up that mystery on the Prague leg of his international Heroes Tour, dropping “Perfectly Damaged” on stage. Naturally we busted out our camera and put it on YouTube for you to enjoy. We can totally imagine it sitting among the rocky, anthemic tracks dotting the LP.

We’re only bummed he hasn’t performed it on all of the tour dates so far!

The Heroes Tour continues throughout October. Måns also confirmed to wiwibloggs that a third single from Perfectly Damaged may be in the pipeline following the success of his follow-up single ‘Should’ve Gone Home’.

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Robyn Gallagher
Admin
5 years ago

Jak: You might not enjoy it, but “Heroes” has been one of the most successful songs of recent years. It charted in 30 countries, reached No.1 in six of those. It’s had a really good run outside of Eurovision, joining “Satellite”, “Euphoria” and “Only Teardrops” as proper chart hits.

Compare with “Running Scared” (charted in 11 countries) or “Rise Like a Phoenix” (18 countries). These songs weren’t big chart hits. But while Conchita has a music career, the impact she had as a Eurovision winner was, and continues to be, more as a cultural icon than as a pop singer.

Jak
Jak
5 years ago

Every year I read the articles about current winner with a curiosity, a great interest but this year it isn’t like that. In 2010s, I usually liked the winning songs and even if they wasn’t my favourite (except 2010, my personal favourite never was the winner) during the contest, I always have been listening the winning song everytime I’m driving or cooking. “Satellite” did well in my most listened twenty-five songs list, listed first with over a thousand plays. “Euphoria”, “Only Teardrops” and “Rise Like a Phoenix” was also in my eventual top five in each year’s summers, even “Running… Read more »

lily
lily
5 years ago

Yes, he is, or can become, a good example. And he never once said that ESC isn’t “cool” or something. Just always saying that it was his dream to sing for Sweden. He’s mixing in so many talents into his artistry and I really think you should show his stunning fashion shoot (20 pages) for the luxurious Lifestyle Magazine.

Azaad
Azaad
5 years ago

Mans is a good example of using Eurovision to boost an already successful career and take it to the next level. Prior to winning he was only a fairly famous pop star in Scandinavia, now he’s an international artist with more creative ownership of his work and an even bigger fandom. He’s a great example for other stars who are averse to Eurovision