The 2021 contest winners also unveiled a new song called “If I Can Dream,” which will appear on Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” soundtrack.
Mneskin performed his new single ‘Supermodel’ live at the Eurovision Song Contest Friday night (May 14) – watch the performance here.
The Italian band has had a tremendous year since winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 2021 with their song “Zitti E Buoni,” performing all over the world and announcing a large arena tour.
The band resurfaced this week with their new single ‘Supermodel,’ their first new music since 2022, and the track made its live debut at the half-time break at Eurovision in Turin last night.
Following the performance of the song, the band unveiled a clip of an unreleased song called ‘If I Can Dream,’ which was composed in conjunction with Baz Luhrmann and will appear on the soundtrack to his upcoming Elvis Presley biopic.
When it came to collaborating with Luhrmann, frontman Damiano David commented, “We felt a big connection and we decided to jump on it.” “We’re quite proud of what we’ve accomplished, and we can’t wait for you to see it.”
Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra won Eurovision 2022 with the song ‘Stefania,’ with Sam Ryder of the United Kingdom coming in second, the country’s best placing since 1997. Given the ongoing confrontation with Russia, frontman Oleh Psiuk told NME this week that their participation was a “big duty.”
“Representing Ukraine in the international arena is always a responsibility,” he continued, “but representing it during the war is the ultimate obligation.”
“The song [‘Stefania’] was written and dedicated to my mother, but after the war, the song has taken on new meanings because many people perceive Ukraine as my mother,” Psiuk explained. “That is why the song has grown so popular with Ukrainians, and it is in their hearts.”
Meanwhile, Mneskin will embark on a European tour in 2023, which will include a stop in London. These tour dates are shown here, along with any remaining UK tickets.
23 – Vitifrigo Arena, Pesaro, Italy 25 – Palalpitour, Torino, Italy 27 – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands FEBRUARY 2023
Forest National, Brussels, Belgium, March 2023 2
3 – Brussels, Belgium’s Forest National
6 – Berlin, Germany, Mercedes Benz Arena
Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany, No. 10
Accor Arena, Paris, France, number 13
16 – Bologna, Italy’s Unipol Arena
Bologna, Italy, Unipol Arena, 17
Nelson Mandela Forum, Firenze, Italy, 20.
Nelson Mandela Forum, Firenze, Italy, November 21
24 – Roma, Italy, Palazzo dello Sport
25 – Roma, Italy, Palazzo dello Sport
Palapartenope, Napoli, Italy (28).
Palapartenope, Napoli, Italy, 29th
Palaflorio, Bari, Italy, 31
3 – Forum, Mediolanum, Milan, Italy
4 – Forum, Mediolanum, Milan, Italy
6 – Forum, Mediolanum, Milan, Italy
11 – Barcelona, Spain, Palau Saint Jordi
Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland, number 26
Wiener Statdhalle, Wien, Austria, no. 28
30 – Rockhal, Luxembourg, Esch-sur-Alzette
2 – Copenhagen, Denmark’s Royal Arena
5 – Forum, Mediolanum, Milan, Italy
The O2, London (number 8)
Torwar Hall, Warsaw, Poland, No. 12
14 – Prague, Czech Republic, O2 Arena
Budapest Arena, Budapest, Hungary, No. 16
Riga, Latvia, Arena Riga, 18
Saku Suurhall, Tallin, Estonia, no. 19