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.
davve forever alone
Oostenrijk.. your perve… LOl…
Måns was the right winner… and we dont want a dictatorial anthem like russias either…
so the best song won..
I am so thankful they did not win ESC.. a not contemporary.. simon cowell-ish chessy ballad pop song……………
As future housewife and granny I totally get their appeal
Gianluca & Piero are really hottie babes <3
@ Oostenrijk amigo you like these erotic dreams don't you? 😉 <3
You naughty boy 😉
I think that both Gianluca & Piero are either homosexuals or bisexuals at least…They transmit to me this homoerotic vibes that they must be themselfs into guys <3 🙂 Although Ignazio seems like the typical straight guy..
Thanks your all beautiful words, Erin.
It seems like these guys can do no wrong as three equal entities. Only one question remains: who’s the father, who’s the son, and who’s the holy Moly?
@Oostenrijk – Were you channeling a certain legend? in any case, the end should have been you letting them go through your back entrance as a shortcut to the glory hall. That would’ve got an overwhelming applause.
Our EuroVision & the charts do not match together at all…
The only that matters is how much impact does every act of these 40 leaves to us eurofans…
One of the most succesful acts of this year’s Vision that managed to win us are IL VOLO <3 Their music will be popular in eurofans…About the rest others listeners audience that are not even fans of EuroVision we do not care..
Now i was informed that *Il Volo* means *The Flight* in english <3 🙂
A nice follow-up from Grande Amore. These guys are going to be hugely succesful for many years to come.
Nice song… <3 I really like their voices & the passion that they sing their songs.. <3
One of my most favorite acts from Vienna's Vision <3
I favor especially Gianluca & Pierro <3 Although Ignacio is ok too..
I think that Il Volo is the act that has the greatest potentials to launch an international music career among all the rest other acts from 2015 EuroVision..
I love this new song ! <3 <3 <3 The song has a great and strong energy ,has the power to evoke melancholic,sentimental, but also romantic emotion , but it is catchy and one has the desire to sing along the chorus.The sound is more modern and different than on the previous albums, but the voices of boys are again in splendid harmony. In my opinion it's fantastic and impressive song, I expect that it could finally be good enough for playing in radios, excellent new piece of Il Volo ! Ragazzi, meraviglioso canzone ! <3
I’ve seen their PBS special, filmed in Italy yet they spoke in English. I can’t but think some Italian spectators sitting there thinking “What?” Good show tho.
Tonight I had a GreAtY dream about Il Volo and how they won Eurovision in Vienna and how I had backstage access and was there for poor Ignazio, who was upset that Gianluca and Piero got to f with all the girls and he didn’t. So we had a lot of french kissing going on together. until we realised it’s time for the winner’s reprise. Gianluca and Piero were buttnaked and the sofa was completely wasted and full of dirty stains. However my sister fixed it somehow and we were all happily applauding Il Volo for the fantastic win of… Read more »