“The Loneliest” available now
Måneskin has released “The Loneliest,” a new heart wrenching rock power ballad that’s now available digitally. The track is an emotional, guitar driven narrative of abject loneliness that takes influence from the power ballad tradition forged by genre legends such as those they’ve been blessed to recently share stages with.
“The Loneliest” is a sumptuous power ballad sitting somewhere between a love letter, a farewell, or a will, and carries a universal outpouring of grief to cope with the feeling of a love lost forever. The building emotional intensity dramatically transport us to a place where nostalgia and unbearable grief are fought through a cathartic, final scream of love.
“We’re so excited for you all to finally hear ‘The Loneliest,'” shares Damiano of Måneskin. “This song means a lot to me, it’s a personal song but I hope you can all relate to it in your own way. We played a tiny surprise show in London last night and performed The Loneliest live for the first time and your reaction meant so much to us! We’re having a whirlwind year touring the globe, meeting fans at gigs and festivals all over the world, from Japan to America to Europe and beyond, and we can’t wait to continue touring and releasing more music into 2023!”
Just within the last year, rock music’s top new breakout act has already brought three different singles to No. 1 for multiple weeks across key Billboard rock and alternative charts, including the fastest rise to No. 1 by a new rock artist in the last 25 years. Along the way, Måneskin just surpassed six billion global streams, while also being named as Billboard’s “Top New Rock Band of the Year,” winning the Billboard Music Award for “Top Rock Song,” the iHeartRadio Music Award for “Best New Alternative Artist,” and the MTV VMA for “Best Alternative Video.
These new generation rock hits have also become beloved live music staples at the band’s standout festival performances such as Coachella, Lollapalooza, Rock in Rio — just prior to Guns N Roses — and their recent appearance just before Metallica during the Global Citizen Festival in New York’s Central Park.