Video: Måneskin covers Soda Stereo

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“Of Light Music” invaded the Movistar Arena in the voice of the Italian band.

Måneskin is on tour through Latin America and, as is customary, seeks to pay tribute to the countries it visits with a cover of local artists. In Mexico, we listen to Damiano David singing “She dances Alone” of Armed Link and Featherweightin Colombia they prepared a tribute to Juanes and in Chile it resonated “Your Lack of Wanting” of Mon Laferte.

With their arrival in the southern cone of the continent, the rumor of what song they would play in Argentina grew, as everyone expected that Gustavo Cerati was honored at his show. A wish that was fulfilled with an emotional version of “Light Music” of soda Stereo.

On the stage, Damiano and Thomas They began their acoustic set saying: “we are one”rock band“But many times our songs talk about sex, they talk about drugs, they talk about all things that are a little bit ugly, but sometimes we like to talk about that love of light music.”

The public began to shout and chant the anthem that is “Of Light Music”, almost without letting you hear the guitar Thomas or the voice of Damiano. Giving a unique space to this cover within the Rush! WorldTour.


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