“They won Eurovision. Will they be able to conquer the world?” – wrote the New York Times last June about the Maneskins. If the conquest of the world starts from the United States then the moment has come for the Italian band formed by Damiano David (vocals), Victoria De Angelis (bass), Thomas Raggi (guitar) and Ethan Torchio (drums). The Maneskins set out to conquer the States by entering the homes of millions of Americans thanks to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. It was their television debut.
The group was the icing on the cake of the nighttime talk show and Fallon was unable to sit still in his chair when the chorus of ‘Beggin’ was played at various points in the broadcast, a song originally made famous by the American rock and pop group over the years. ’60. Fallon introduced the band to the public at the start of his show by showing the cover of their new album ‘Theater of Wrath’ and listing their hits such as over 3.4 billion streams across all digital platforms and more than 38 million of monthly listeners on Spotify, the triumph at the 65th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest and as a special guest of the Rolling Stones in their show on Saturday 6 November at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. At the end of the broadcast, the group has funeral ‘Beggin’ and ‘Mammamia’.
“‘Beggin’ by Måneskin – wrote the Billboard magazine – continues to reign at the top of the Alternative Airplay Chart, consecrating the fastest conquest of the summit for a new band in the last twenty-five years”. “Måneskin – wrote the New York Times – Måneskin are a powerful concentrate of charisma and energy on stage, they have broken down language and gender barriers and defend self-expression. There is something very revolutionary about them” And after the television stage, the four Roman boys brought charisma and energy to their real musical debut in the USA, in the concert, on October 27, at the Bowery Ballroom in New York where the tickets were all sold out. In the same concert hall, Tony Bennett, Coldplay, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Metallica, Robert Plant have performed among others in the past. After New York and before Las Vegas, the band will also perform in Los Angeles, California on November 1st.