FRANCESCA MICHIELIN “Solite Chiacchiere” is the new single out on December 15th

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Usual chatter is the title of Francesca Michielin’s new single (out Friday 15 December).

Born from the collaboration with the Roman multi-instrumentalist, author and producer Matteo Montalesi, aka Esseho, Solite chiacchiere is a return to Francesca Michielin’s indie-pop origins, which has always been her trademark.

Solite Chiacchiere is a story of love but also of self-determination, an invitation to react and raise your head.

It talks about how fundamental it is to find the right balance in relationships, how often we can feel trapped in a relationship that clips our wings and limits us, constantly disturbed by a background noise that distracts us and makes us think we are never Enough.

It therefore becomes essential to find the strength to transform these difficult moments into opportunities for rebirth.” – says Francesca Michielin.


The production of Usual chatter was entrusted to Esseho and Marta Venturini, leading producers in the Italian pop and independent scene, who gave the song a touch that was both powerful and essential.


The song was premiered during last Thursday’s X Factor final.


Francesca Michielin will bring the new single, as well as her most beloved songs from the past, to the stage of the New Year’s Concert at the Circo Massimo in Rome.


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