We’re no conspiracy theorists, but when the information got here out that the members of Måneskin had been scientifically bred to change into rock stars, we’d simply imagine it. The Italian quartet seemingly has every little thing a rock ‘n roll band wants: wild glamor, exhilarating model, and unbridled sensuality. Their third studio album, RUSH! (out Friday, January twentieth), arrives because the band continues to skyrocket to worldwide stardom.
With blood-pumping, pop-influenced hits like “I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE,” “SUPERMODEL,” and, in fact, their tackle the 4 Seasons’ “Beggin’,” it’s no surprise their sound has taken off throughout the globe. They’ve even made followers of Iggy Pop, who sings on the remix of “I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE,” and Rage In opposition to The Machine guitarist Tom Morello, who options on the latest single from RUSH!, “GOSSIP.” Oh, and so they’re up for Finest New Artist on the 2023 Grammy Awards.
“We simply have it in us!” exclaims bassist Victoria De Angelis when requested about their intoxicating presence within the trendy rock scene. “We’re pure attractive, no components,” vocalist Damiano David provides with a smirk.
And so they’re not dodging the query. As extravagant and over-the-top as their music, visuals, and stay performances will be, it’s all rooted in real, uncomplicated power. With members starting from simply 22 to 24 years outdated, the band is solely excited to be sharing their artwork with as many individuals as doable.
Now, as the discharge of RUSH! approaches, the band has the eye of extra ears than most may comprehend. And but, with tens of millions of followers ready to listen to the venture, the band is extra keen than anxious.
“It’s the primary time we get — since we bought extra worldwide followers — that we get to share our entire report and never solely a track,” De Angelis tells Consequence. “Whenever you share solely a track, it’s very troublesome to choose just one that may characterize so many various sides of you. However whenever you give a report, then I believe folks can actually perceive you in a deeper manner and see all of the completely different layers you’ve gotten in your music and in your ideas.”