Måneskin in 360° in the music video “The Driver”

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Nearly a week after the release of the reissue of “Rush! », the explosive Italian group has just unveiled the video for “The Driver”, a previously unreleased track.

Irreverent attitude and smoky looks, Måneskin remains true to his DNA and reveals himself in a brand new clip, released this Thursday. Like the clips for “Honey (Are u coming)” and “Valentine”, the Italian group never leaves its microphone and its instruments with pop-rock and punk sounds. Perched on the rooftop of a building marked “Hotel Plaza Madrid”, the members of Måneskin play in the middle of the buildings.

In designer suits, ties and white shirts, the rock stars with business manager looks have decided to make our heads spin in the clip for “The Driver”, one of the unreleased tracks from the reissue of their album at success “Rush!” », revealed a week ago.

With 360° camera movement, the winners of Eurovision 2021 have once again won over the group’s fans. In the comments, written from all over the world, we can discover numerous messages of support accompanied by fiery emojis and colorful hearts.

After setting Cannes on fire with their electrifying performances and receiving the WECB Music Awards for the artists most broadcast on radio in France in 2023, Måneskin continues his global conquest through various concerts that he plays to sold-out audiences.


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