Who can forget Il Volo and their eternal quest for their “Grande Amore?” Definitely not us! Today the trio continue their quest for the one by waxing and waning on love’s power in their new release “L’amore si muove” (“Love moves”). While “L’amore si muove” follows the tried-and-true formula of classical voices with modern arrangements, it’s by no means a copy of “Grande Amore”. It has a different energy, a different sound (more Iganzio), and is a real eargasm.
“L’amore si muove” — Il Volo
Francesco Renga co-authored the song. As Italian web site Euro Festival News points out, the song is “in effect a cover of Nel nome del padre [In the Name of the Father]” from Regna’s 2004 album Camere in vista.
Since Eurovision Il Volo have been beyond busy. They’ve done a PBS special in the US, toured Italy, released their 2016 North American tour dates, and Ignazio even adopted a horse named Walter.