Måneskin “Rush!” »: discover the reissue of their successful album

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Måneskin has just unveiled, this Friday, a reissue of their album “Rush! » featuring five previously unreleased tracks.

After their victory in the Eurovision contest in 2021, the fourth album of the Italian rockers came to seat Måneskin at the table of rock stars. “Rush!” » is a pop-rock album that transcends genres, from punk to post-punk to metal. Quickly placed at the top of the charts, the album was a hit and reconnected a younger audience with rock.

The members of the group will say, for example, that they were influenced by Radiohead, the famous English experimental rock group, while having Tom Morello, the guitarist of the rap-rock group Rage Against The Machine, collaborate on the album.

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The reissue of this album, released this Friday, November 10, embraces these diverse orientations and this plurality of styles. Five additional tracks appear at the start of the album: their latest single “Honey (Are U Coming?)”, but also four unreleased tracks: “Valentine”, “Off My Face”, “The Driver” and “Travesterere”.

From the sad ballad of “Travestere” to the falsely calm energy of “The Driver”, the new tracks fit into the eclectic construction of the album. Måneskin continues its conquest and no one remains indifferent to Måneskin!


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