Italian Eurovision winners Måneskin have released their newest single ‘The Loneliest’. It is their twelfth single overall and their fourth since winning Eurovision.
Måneskin are back! The hugely popular Italian rock band have released their first song since ‘SUPERMODEL’, which they released back in May and performed at the Eurovision Grand Final.
The new song is titled ‘THE LONELIEST’, stylized in capitals as usual. They first performed it at The Underworld in Camden on Thursday night, before its wide release on Friday midnight. At time of writing, the official music video has already achieved 280,000 views on Youtube, and 50,000 videos in its topic on TikTok, after being out for less than a day.
The song is a dramatic breakup anthem with an excellent guitar solo. It hearkens back to the emo rock trends of the late 00s that Måneskin has generally touched upon but this feels like their greatest nod to that movement yet. It’s a great dramatic track from them, accompanied by a similarly somber music video that stylistically evokes the costumes that often accompanied those trends, black with eerie top and bowler hats. It’s a great performance from all of the band once again.
Listen to ‘THE LONELIEST’ below on Youtube, Spotify and Apple Music:
Måneskin‘s career up to now
The Italian rock group looks set to continue their status as one of the most successful acts to come from Eurovision. Following ‘Zitti E Buoni”s victory at Eurovision 2021, the group have gone from success to success, including performing at the BRITs, Coachella and the 2022 Eurovision Grand Final. While it’s perhaps too early to say yet, the initial response to ‘The Loneliest’ on Tik Tok bodes well for further good performance in charts across the world.
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