DARGEN D’AMICO releases his new album “Ciao America” ​​on February 2nd

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DARGEN D’AMICO, competing at the 74th edition of the Sanremo Festival with the song High Wavereleases the new recording project “CIAO AMERICA” on Friday 2 February.


“CIAO AMERICA” is a cross-section of these days, a photograph of the current world, made up of few certainties, many doubts and painful contradictions.

The project is the result of the creative work that has always pushed DARGEN D’AMICO to write words about music, in an attempt to give order to the vortex of thoughts of the human mind, often also addressing current issues but always with an ironic and reflective attitude.

The artist’s ability to draw on the Italian songwriting tradition is constant, while remaining focused on continuous and tireless research that passes through genres – from electronic to pop to classical music. This new recording project finds surprising solutions, confirming the artist’s talent in blending heterogeneous sounds and moving within the music by playing with the meaning of words.

The new album arrives two years after the album “NELI SOGNI NESSUNO È MONOGAMO”, certified Gold Record, which also includes the hit “Dove si balla”, six times Platinum Record, the song with which DARGEN D’AMICO took the Ariston stage for the first time in 2022.




ph: DARGEN-DAMICO_@Sara-Scanderebech-2024


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