Måneskin ¦ Rush!

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Rush! is the third studio album by Italian rock band Måneskin, released on 20 January 2023 through Epic Records. It was preceded by the singles "Mammamia", "Supermodel", "The Loneliest" and "Gossip".[2] The band toured North America in support of the album and its predecessor Teatro d'ira: Vol. I (2021) on the Loud Kids Tour in late 2022, with a European tour scheduled for early 2023.[3]

Background and recording

Måneskin recorded "probably 50" songs for the album, which they recorded in part in Los Angeles with producer Max Martin.[3] The band revealed that they had been working on their "debut international album" with Martin and the MXM and Wolf Cousins team, including Savan Kotecha and Mattman & Robin, extensively after meeting them the previous year.[4] The band's single "Supermodel", which was worked on with Martin and Rami Yacoub, was premiered live during the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022.[4][5] The band later teased a song on the album called "Gasoline", written in support of Ukraine after the 2022 Russian invasion, also made by the team.[6] They were also influenced during the writing and recording process after listening to Radiohead, with bassist Victoria De Angelis stating that Måneskin had "tried to experiment a bit more with [their] sound. We listened to a lot of Radiohead where they work a lot with pedals." Frontman Damiano David said: "I think that the inspiration we got from Radiohead was to be very focused on creating a very specific world for each song. It's something they do very, very well so we tried to create these amazing atmospheres. They really create an image of what you're listening to, and that gave us inspiration."[2]

The band announced the album on 31 October 2022, and later shared its track listing on 15 December.[7][2] The album is composed of fourteen tracks in English and three in Italian,[8] including the band's concert staple and "fan favourite" track "Gasoline",[2] as well as another song they debuted in concert, "Kool Kids".[7] In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, David explained the inclusion of the Italian tracks:

"Because we feel like the Italian music part is such a strong part of us and our culture and our background. We didn't want the Italian music to be here and there every once in a while in the tracklist. We wanted to create a block that represents the foundation everything is built around."[9]


"Mammamia" was released as the album's lead single on 8 October 2021.[10] The second and third singles, "Supermodel" and "The Loneliest", followed in May and October 2022, respectively.[11][12] The fourth single, "Gossip", preceded the album by a week, released on 13 January 2023.[2] A promotional single titled "La fine" was released on 16 December 2022.[13]


Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Review scores
Evening Standard[16]
The Guardian[19]
The Irish Times[20]
The Skinny[23]

Rush! received a score of 72 out of 100 based on seven reviews on review aggregator Metacritic, indicating "generally favorable" reception.[15] Rho Chung of The Skinny opined that the album "perfectly captures the sense of spontaneous authenticity that makes for a one-of-a-kind show".[23] Writing for Kerrang!, Sam Law felt that the band are "still utterly unstoppable" when they "tap into the youthful exuberance and fiery eccentricity that got them here in the first place".[21] Robin Murray of Clash deemed the album "exhaustive and exhausting" and "the definitive word in this unlikely rock phenomenon – at its best, it's a feral reminder of how entertaining the genre can be".[17]

Rolling Stone's David Browne found that "the ridiculousness of most of Rush!" is a demonstration of how Måneskin "only manage to confirm how hard rock & roll has to work these days to be noticed". Calling the project the "broadest stroke" of the band, Browne appreciated Max Martin's production, who "knows his way around a hook", and the revival of the "deadpan, half-spoken new-wave novelty".[24] Alexis Petridis, reviewing the album for The Guardian, wrote that Måneskin capture their influences and make them "genuinely coherent" on the project, with an "oddly guileless" end result. Petridis noted that what the project lacks is made up for with "enthusiasm" and "If that enthusiasm occasionally tips over into a cloying eagerness to please, more often it's infectious".[19]

Lauren Murphy of The Irish Times wrote that "as a collection of surface-level, toe-tappy rock songs", the album is "more than serviceable", calling it a "a bid to secure Måneskin's foothold in foreign territories" with "slick English-language affairs", although "lyrically uninventive". Murphy noted that on the album the band seems aware "that we'd never have heard of them if not for the profile afforded them by Eurovision".[20] Reviewing the album for The Atlantic, Spencer Kornhaber was not impressed with Rush! compared to the band's previous efforts, writing that it "does not make a very strong case that the band's appeal is its music". Kornhaber pointed out that "the album's redundancy has the odd effect of calling into question the guitars are back! narrative that the band seemingly invites", labelling the songs "plainly recycled" and "brazenly mediocre".[25]

Sarah Taylor of Gigwise judged the band to be "playing it safe with the lyrics on this record, exaggerating up their rebel aesthetic, and compromising the lyrical beauty of earlier tracks like 'Torna a casa' and 'Coraline'", suggesting that "some of their songs are all style and no substance". Taylor noted that the three tracks sung in Italian are some of "the most frenetic and thrilling" on the record.[18] Conversely, Italian music critics noted that the Italian-language tracks are the least musically and lyrically functional.[26][27][28]

Claudio Cabona of Rockol described the project as a "pop-rock playlist that tends to repeat itself", pointing out "the band's tendency to make its own the styles, clichés, and sounds of a rock that has already been heard". He felt that the band's young audience will welcome the record as it "has no definite footholds and references [...] because they haven't experienced it".[29] Claudio Todesco of Rolling Stone Italia noted that the futility of trying to analyse the album, as "you end up criticizing the substantial lack of an original musical language, the lack of charm, the absence of high-level creativity", finding that even if the band "didn't do anything new, they did it at the right time" because "they understand rock as a living body, not an excellent corpse to be watched over".[30]

Track listing

Rush! track listing[2]
1."Own My Mind"
2."Gossip" (featuring Tom Morello)
  • Måneskin
  • Fabrizio Ferraguzzo
  • Brun
4."Bla Bla Bla"
  • Måneskin
  • Pablo Bowman
  • Peter Rycroft
  • Måneskin
  • Ferraguzzo
  • Brun
5."Baby Said"
  • Sly
  • Rami
  • Måneskin
  • Tranter
  • Yacoub
  • Sivertsen
  • Sly
  • Rami
7."Feel"Mattman & Robin2:47
8."Don't Wanna Sleep"
  • Måneskin
  • Tranter
  • Yacoub
  • Martin
  • Sivertsen
  • Sly
  • Rami
9."Kool Kids"Måneskin
  • Måneskin
  • Ferraguzzo
10."If Not for You"
  • Måneskin
  • Kotecha
  • Martin
  • Yacoub
  • Sivertsen
  • Sly
  • Rami
  • Martin
11."Read Your Diary"
  • Måneskin
  • Tranter
  • Yacoub
  • Sivertsen
  • Sly
  • Rami
  • Martin
12."Mark Chapman"Måneskin
  • Måneskin
  • Ferraguzzo
  • Brun
13."La fine"Måneskin
  • Måneskin
  • Ferraguzzo
14."Il dono della vita"Måneskin
  • Måneskin
  • Ferraguzzo
  • Måneskin
  • Ferraguzzo
  • Måneskin
  • Tranter
  • Yacoub
  • Martin
  • Sivertsen
  • Sly
  • Rami
  • Martin
17."The Loneliest"
  • Måneskin
  • Ferraguzzo
Total length:52:42
Japanese edition bonus track
18."Touch Me"Måneskin
  • Måneskin
  • Ferraguzzo


  1. ^ a b Danielli, Silvia (18 January 2023). "First Listen: Here Is What Måneskin's "Rush!" Sounds Like". Billboard Italia. Retrieved 19 January 2023. A blend of pop rock and ballads" [...] "Hard rock with melodic ballads
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Jones, Damian (15 December 2022). "Måneskin share 'Rush!' album tracklist featuring fan favourite 'Gasoline'". NME. Retrieved 16 December 2022.
  3. ^ a b Carter, Emily (31 October 2022). "Måneskin have just announced their new album, Rush!". Kerrang!. Retrieved 16 December 2022.
  4. ^ a b Aswad, Jem (12 May 2022). "Maneskin Reaches for the Stars with Max Martin-Produced Single, 'Supermodel' and Album". Variety. Retrieved 17 December 2022.
  5. ^ Carter, Emily (16 May 2022). "Watch Måneskin perform live at the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 final". Kerrang!. Retrieved 17 December 2022.
  6. ^ Affatigato, Carlo (8 April 2022). ""Dance on gasoline": Maneskin, a new song for Ukraine". Auralcrave. Retrieved 17 December 2022.
  7. ^ a b Krol, Charlotte (31 October 2022). "Måneskin announce new album 'Rush!'". NME. Retrieved 16 December 2022.
  8. ^ "Måneskin Announced the Tracklist of "Rush!" and New Single Featuring Tom Morello". Billboard Italia (in Italian). 16 December 2022. Retrieved 20 January 2023.
  9. ^ Turman, Katherine (12 December 2022). "Måneskin take on sex, cocaine, and the American Dream on 'Rush!'". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 20 January 2023.
  10. ^ Shutler, Ali (8 October 2021). "Måneskin release their blistering new single 'Mammamia' and talk Eurovision, success and more new music". NME. Retrieved 16 December 2022.
  11. ^ Aniftos, Rania (27 May 2022). "Maneskin Shares How the 'Mix of Emotions' While Living in L.A. Inspired 'Supermodel'". Billboard. Retrieved 16 December 2022.
  12. ^ Cohen, Jonathan (7 October 2022). "MåneskinReleases New Single 'The Loneliest' Ahead Of Fall Tour". Spin. Retrieved 16 December 2022.
  13. ^ Richards, Will (16 December 2022). "Listen to Måneskin's energetic new single 'La fine'". NME. Retrieved 28 December 2022.
  14. ^ "Måneskin – Rush!". AnyDecentMusic?. Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  15. ^ a b "Rush! by Måneskin Reviews and Tracks". Metacritic. Retrieved 20 January 2023.
  16. ^ Smyth, David (19 January 2023). "Måneskin: Rush! album review – Eurovision winner's new songs are designed for the biggest stages". Evening Standard. Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  17. ^ a b Murray, Robin (19 January 2023). "Måneskin – Rush! | Reviews". Clash. Retrieved 20 January 2023.
  18. ^ a b Taylor, Sarah (18 January 2023). "Album Review: Måneskin – Rush!". Gigwise. Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  19. ^ a b Petridis, Alexis (19 January 2023). "Måneskin: Rush! review – Eurovision winners extend their improbable 15 minutes of fames". The Guardian. Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  20. ^ a b Murphy, Lauren (13 January 2023). "Måneskin: Rush! – Eurovision winners break out the big guns". The Irish Times. Retrieved 18 January 2023.
  21. ^ a b Law, Sam (18 January 2023). "Album review: Måneskin – Rush!". Kerrang!. Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  22. ^ Smith, Thomas (19 January 2023). "Måneskin: Rush! review – Eurovision winners extend their improbable 15 minutes of fames". NME. Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  23. ^ a b Chung, Rho (17 January 2023). "Måneskin album review: Rush!". The Skinny. Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  24. ^ Browne, David (17 January 2023). "Måneskin Are The Italian Sleaze-Rock Saviors We Probably Don't Really Need Right Now–But They're Still Pretty Fun Anyway". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 18 January 2023.
  25. ^ Kornhaber, Spencer (18 January 2023). "This Is the Band That's Supposedly Saving Rock and Roll?". The Atlantic. Retrieved 18 January 2023.
  26. ^ Moretti, Carlo (18 January 2023). "Måneskin, ecco il nuovo disco 'Rush!': sesso, successo e stalker". La Repubblica (in Italian). Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  27. ^ Dondoni, Luca (18 January 2023). "Måneskin: "Andiamo a nozze". Damiano e compagni si giurano fedeltà in vista dell'uscita del nuovo album "Rush!"". La Stampa (in Italian). Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  28. ^ Basso, Fabrizio (18 January 2023). "Måneskin, la recensione del nuovo album 'Rush' in uscita il 20 gennaio". Sky TG24 (in Italian). Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  29. ^ Cabona, Claudio (18 January 2023). "Maneskin: il nuovo disco è una playlist pop-rock". Rockol (in Italian). Retrieved 19 January 2023.
  30. ^ Todesco, Claudio (18 January 2023). "'Rush!', i Måneskin sbirciano sotto la gonna dello show biz". Rolling Stone Italia (in Italian). Retrieved 19 January 2023.


Veröffentlichungen von Måneskin die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Teatro D’Ira: Vol. I ¦ I Wanna Be Your Slave ¦ Mammamia ¦ Il Ballo Della Vita ¦ Rush!

Måneskin auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Måneskin ist eine italienische Rockband aus Rom, die 2017 durch ihre Teilnahme an der Castingshow X Factor bekannt wurde. Sie siegte mit dem Lied Zitti e buoni beim Sanremo-Festival 2021 und Eurovision Song Contest 2021.


Frontman Damiano David (2018)

Die vier Bandmitglieder lernten sich in der Schule kennen und beschlossen 2016, sich zu einer Band zusammenzuschließen. Weil die Bassistin Victoria De Angelis dänischer Abstammung ist, wählte man als Namen das dänische Wort für Mondschein, Måneskin (dänische Aussprache [ˈmɔːnəˌsgenˀ][1]).[2] Mit einem Stilmix aus Rock, Pop und Reggae gelang der Gruppe 2017 in der elften Staffel von X Factor der Einzug ins Team von Manuel Agnelli. Sie wurde als Favorit für den Sieg gehandelt, verlor jedoch im Finale gegen Lorenzo Licitra. Danach erschien die erste EP Chosen.

Anfang 2018 tourte die Band durch italienische Clubs; im März legte sie mit Morirò da re erstmals eine italienischsprachige Single vor. Im Oktober 2018, in Vorbereitung des ersten Studioalbums, gelang der Band mit der Ballade Torna a casa erstmals der Sprung auf Platz eins der italienischen Charts. Das Album mit dem Titel Il ballo della vita erschien im November und erreichte ebenfalls die Chartspitze. 2019 folgten weitere erfolgreiche Singles wie L’altra dimensione und Le parole lontane.

Ende 2020 meldete sich Måneskin mit dem Stück Vent’anni zurück. Im März siegte die Band beim Sanremo-Festival 2021 mit dem Rocksong Zitti e buoni. Im selben Monat erschien das Album Teatro d’ira – Vol. I, das erneut die Chartspitze erreichte. Mit Zitti e buoni gelang der Gruppe im Mai auch der Sieg beim Eurovision Song Contest 2021.[3] Dadurch erhielt sie weltweite Aufmerksamkeit. Vor allem ihre Coverversion des Liedes Beggin’ von den Four Seasons (ursprünglich 2017 bei X Factor präsentiert) wurde ein viraler Hit, der auch in den USA mit Platin ausgezeichnet wurde.

Im November 2022 wurde Måneskin durch die amerikanische Recording Academy für die Grammy Awards 2023 in der Kategorie Best New Artist nominiert.[4]


  • Damiano David (* 8. Januar 1999)
  • Victoria De Angelis (* 28. April 2000)
  • Ethan Torchio (* 8. Oktober 2000)
  • Thomas Raggi (* 18. Januar 2001)



Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungenTemplate:Charttabelle/Wartung/ohne Quellen
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
2018Il ballo della vita
RCA Records (Sony)
(13 Wo.)DE
(21 Wo.)AT
(28 Wo.)CH

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2018IT
Erstveröffentlichung: 26. Oktober 2018
Verkäufe: + 200.000
2021Teatro d’ira – Vol. I
RCA Records (Sony)
(20 Wo.)DE
(37 Wo.)AT
(38 Wo.)CH
(8 Wo.)UK

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2021IT
Erstveröffentlichung: 19. März 2021
Verkäufe: + 340.000
Epic Records (Sony)
Erstveröffentlichung: 20. Januar 2023


MTV Video Music Awards


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  1. måneskin in Den Danske Ordbog (dänisch)
  2. Who is Victoria De Angelis? In: Italy24 News. 23. Mai 2021, abgerufen am 27. Mai 2021 (englisch).
  3. Italien gewinnt den Eurovision Song Contest 2021, Eurovision.de, 23. Mai 2021
  4. 2023 GRAMMY Nominations: See The Complete Nominees List auf grammy.com, 15. November 2022; abgerufen am 17. November 2022.
  5. 2022 MTV Video Music Awards: Alle Gewinner des Abends. In: mtv.de. 29. August 2022, abgerufen am 30. August 2022.


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