Since their win at Eurovision 2021, Italian rock group Måneskin have been climbing the Spotify charts and burning up YouTube with their song “Zitti E Buoni”. And now the iconic four-piece are following in the footsteps of former Eurovision winners by cracking the UK charts. The group have entered the official UK charts at #17 — a huge achievement for a song that doesn’t feature a single word of English.

Måneskin enter the UK charts at #17

Speaking to Scott Mills on the Official Chart show, the group’s bass player Victoria De Angelis said the past week has been mad. “It’s been, like, so insane,” she said. “We’ve done so many things and it’s crazy to see how many people are supporting us and the fact that we’re entering the charts in other countries.”

They were particularly taken aback when their idols — Franz Ferdinand and Royal Blood — texted congratulations.

Scott pointed out that the Italian band join an elite group of artists who have had foreign-language songs break the charts. They include Psy (“Gangnam Style”), Daddy Yankee (“Gasolina”) and Luis Fonsi (“Despacito”). They’re also the first rock band to sing in a foreign language to crack the UK charts since Germany’s Rammstein.

This is, of course, only the beginning for the group. We’re keeping our fingers crossed that they climb even higher on this table of Eurovision winners on the UK charts.

  1. “Euphoria” No.3 peak, 16 weeks on chart
  2. “Heroes” No.11 peak, 4 weeks on chart
  3. “Only Teardrops”, No.15 peak, 3 weeks on chart
  4. “Rise Like a Phoenix”, No.17 peak, 2 weeks on chart
  5. “Zitti e buoni”, No. 17 peak, 1 week on the chart
  6. “Arcade”, No.29 peak, 13 weeks on chart
  7. “Satellite”, No.30 peak, 3 weeks on chart
  8. “Toy” No.49 peak, 1 week on chart
  9. “Running Scared”, No.61 peak, 1 week on chart
  10. “Amar pelos dois” No.97 peak, 1 week on chart

“Zitti E Buoni” is a call for people to celebrate their uniqueness. The band thinks that is one of the reasons they managed to win Eurovision. Speaking to Variety, Victoria said: “The really great thing is that we came across as being real. [Our music] is something we really believe in and we’re simply ourselves, rather than conforming to the types of music that are more fashionable today.”

Ahead of Eurovision, wiwibloggers Lucy was really feeling it. She wrote: “There’s something truly magical about having the brass to send something as new to Eurovision as ‘Zitti e Buoni’. This is exactly the kind of music I adore away from Eurovision, so I’m obsessed. The charisma of lead singer Damiano lures you into this power move of a song. I can’t fault this entry — from start to finish it’s a hurricane of sheer cool.”

“I Wanna Be Your Slave” also charts

Måneskin are enjoying a double chart debut. Their album track “I Wanna Be Your Slave” has also made it to the UK charts, entering at No.83. While the English-language track has not been officially released as a single, it’s proving popular with Måneskin fans old and new.

During Eurovision itself, the band kindly sent us a performance of two songs for the Wiwi Jam — our online concert that aired on May 20. Filmed at Acquapendente studio, where they recorded their album, the group treated us to their Eurovision song, but also “I Wanna Be Your Slave”.

The video has amassed more than 5.6 million views at the time of writing this and has been trending on YouTube in countries from Serbia and Croatia to Norway and Ireland. We thank Måneskin for sharing this special performance and joining in on the Eurovision love. You can watch it above.

We’re thrilled to see that excerpts from their Wiwi Jam performance have been shared millions of times on TikTok. The song is also the second-highest charting song from any Italian group on the Spotify Top 200. It’s currently #28 with nearly 2.5 million streams.

What do you think? Can Måneskin take things even higher on the charts? Where are they charting in your country? Let us know in the comments box down below!

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Vincenzo
Vincenzo
4 months ago

In this video Damiano is doing pole dance in heels, during one of Mäneskin’s performances in XFactor. He is smoking hot.

https://youtu.be/1Wkw7KQgKng

Last edited 4 months ago by Vincenzo
Ralf0711
Ralf0711
4 months ago

Swiss official singles charts (30/05)

Tout l´universe #1 ( YES, he made it !)
Zitti e buoni #2
Arcade #16 (15)
Voila #24
Shum #36
Dark side #39
Repondez-moi #42 (re)
I wanna be your slave #57
Voices #66
10 years #80
Je me casse #83

Alex
Alex
4 months ago
Reply to  Ralf0711

so happy for [email protected]!!! Well deserved!!! Sad that Maneskin missed another n1 but it feels good to see 2 Eurovision songs in the top 3.

Grey
Grey
4 months ago

Zitti e buoni is #1 single in Sweden, very impressive achievement for a non-Swedish/non-English song
Voices at #8
Voilá at #18
El diablo at #20
Tout l’univers at #21
10 years at #23
Shum at #27
Dark side at #28

Ralf0711
Ralf0711
4 months ago
Reply to  Grey

Je me casse #31
Arcade #38 (66)
Discoteque #39
Fallen angel #41
I wanna be your slave #49
Set me free #78
Last dance #79
Adrenalina #80
Russian woman #84
Embers #97

Alex
Alex
4 months ago
Reply to  Grey

Even Arcade managed to debut only at n6 there…

dia6olo
dia6olo
4 months ago

For those that haven’t, You all need to listen to some of their other stuff, I like their winning song so was intrigued about other stuff they have and let me tell you they are incredible!

Definitely not a one hit wonder, having listened to many of their songs IMHO they could have won Eurovision with virtually all their songs…

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
4 months ago

And here a video for those who are obsessed, not only by the music, but also by the singer itself:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifnrxPgbvpg

Celeste
Celeste
4 months ago

If next month i see here an article titled “Zitti e buoni still in UK top 10” that will be an amazing succes for them. Right now Maneskin just have the big benefit to have won the contest.

Fatima
Fatima
4 months ago
Reply to  Celeste

I know what you mean. The more important figure isn’t the peak, it’s the weeks on charts. And why aren’t The Roop up there? They won the UK televote.

Alex
Alex
4 months ago
Reply to  Fatima

They won the Lithuanian immigrants televote…. i am so sick of this!

Alex
Alex
4 months ago
Reply to  Celeste

It’s not going to happen but it’s impressive that it managed to chart high in this era of streaming. Arcade debuted at 67 in UK in 2019 which was disappointing for a radio friendly ballad in English.

Hello hi
Hello hi
4 months ago

I usually disregard charts as a measurement of quality of music and will continue to do so . But this years winner is a great song either way

sucof
sucof
4 months ago

Maneskin with orchestra.

First unpublished performance in Sanremo, WONDERFUL!!!! :
https://vimeo.com/520560805
Second:
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7zregd

Last edited 4 months ago by sucof
Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
4 months ago

the italian rock song with zero payola that the uk televoting gave only 3 points to outpeaking certain english language winners and serving stability… we love to see it

Sot
Sot
4 months ago

Televote points and charts have no connection… If someone wants to listen to a song they’ll listen to it again and again, while only a small fraction of people vote for their favourite song in ESC, most of them just enjoy the contest

Azaad
Azaad
4 months ago

No need to be shady

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
4 months ago
Reply to  Azaad

Polegend Godgarina not being shady is the same as when water isn’t wet.

Giolo
Giolo
4 months ago

As an Italian, your obsession with every Italian entry is annoying as hell

Alex
Alex
4 months ago

i am surprised it got only 3 televoting points from UK, the Italian community is massive in the UK but it seems they just didn’t care about Eurovision!

Fatima
Fatima
4 months ago

It’s good news but will they climb? We really need a meaty Eurovision hit to prove a point to the UK music industry.

Ted
Ted
4 months ago

To quote our very own Cliff, Congratulations!!!

Last edited 4 months ago by Ted
Robyn Gallagher
Admin
4 months ago

We’ll soon be doing a round-up post looking at how Eurovision 2021 entries are faring in charts around the world!

Lolek
Lolek
4 months ago

Can’t wait! 🙂

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
4 months ago

by next thursday all charts should be out (the last one to reveal the weekly chart is hungary, on thursday morning… for some reason it takes them six days to gather all the data). can’t wait !

nycforever
nycforever
4 months ago

Waiting For Eurovision 2022 to see their other hits on huge Eurovision stage.

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
4 months ago
Reply to  nycforever

Do you want an hit? Look at these:

1) Live recording session of the song “Nel Nome del Padre”:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ouxf_pDWsFM

2) Videoclip of the song “20 Anni”:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XD77aMyCv0Q

3) Audio of the song “La Paura del Buio”:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKuVr21tR7A

4) Videoclip of the song “Torna a casa”:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZjnfWx0cvw

5) Unplugged live of the “Torna a Casa” song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3T56egqXLw

6) Then you can listen to all the songs of the last album here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16GpicX09gk&list=PLC6R58ICGPDLWw-eL-NGhzk8hCxP8sRuX

Enjoy!

Crystal
4 months ago

They haven’t gotten into the U.S.’s Top 200 yet on Spotify, but “Zitti e buoni” is currently at number 5 on the U.S.’s Viral 50 chart. So they are getting buzz among U.S. Spotify users as well. I don’t know if they’ll reach the Hot 100 or the Bubbling Under Hot 100 charts, but if they can manage to make it onto more genre-specific radio stations here (like on mainstream or active rock or maybe alternative stations), it will be impressive. If the ASC takes over The Voice’s time slots in Spring 2022, it looks like those could see separate… Read more »

Alex
Alex
4 months ago
Reply to  Crystal

In order for them to enter the Top 200 Spotify chart in US, they would need to be added in all the major US playlists like Arcade did. It’s not gonna happen because it’s a hard rock song in Italian. It would only happen if it goes viral like Arcade for example.

Charting in the viral chart doesn’t mean much, e.g. it doesn’t mean the song will enter the main chart. It just shows that from 50 listeners in US, the song saw a massive increase but it doesn’t mean it’s enough for it to enter the Billboard Singles chart.

Daniel
Daniel
4 months ago

I know Wiwiblogs is mostly based in the UK but why should we care more about UK charts than, for example, German charts (Germany is even bigger than the UK). or Russian? or Polish? Spanish?

Gippa
Gippa
4 months ago
Reply to  Daniel

Because it’s a big deal in a market that doesn’t like non English music. The rest of Europe is way more open in that regard…

Nils
Nils
4 months ago
Reply to  Gippa

Also, it’s the most influential of the Europeans charts. It’s kind of like the Premier League of music.

caterin
caterin
4 months ago
Reply to  Nils

The uk chart is full of rubbish these days.Premier league of music? C’mon… there’s nothing influential about a protectionist market that together with americans control and influence the promotion and ditribution on the international markets. They don’t like to play on fair ground that why you will hardly have the chance to listen to non english language songs (apart from national music in each country) on your radios.They parasite most of the money and leave the other markets with a fist of flies. It’s easy, this way, to have money to create more music investing a lot of money.

Alex
Alex
4 months ago
Reply to  Daniel

Oh god, who cares if Germany is a bigger country? Is this a population contest? Russia is also a bigger country than Germany… you guys are clueless and don’t know anything about music industry.

Stop attacking wiwibloggs for reporting on the UK charts. UK music industry is massively bigger than Germany (or Russia, Spain,Albania), bigger revenue, sales, streams, most powerful chart in Europe. End of discussion.

It’s historically proved that it is difficult for a foreign song to chart high there compared to Germany, Greece, Spain and the list goes on.

OberonYronwood
OberonYronwood
4 months ago

Why did I get so emotional reading this? Wow, I remembered how shocked they were when they won San Remo, they clearly did not expect beating artists as big as the other contestants, and look at them now, LEGENDS!

ItaloV
ItaloV
4 months ago
Reply to  OberonYronwood

I believe you got emotional because we are (as a continent) finally understanding that art is art in every single way and that there is not a formula to “win”, but rather the strength that our connection with a full package can have. As an Italian, I found it weird when Maneskin was announced as participants, I didn’t understand how they were on the final 3 and I was actually shocked with their victory. Just because Italy can be really rigid when related to cultural stuff. Not because I didn’t think they shouldn’t win. My point being: art is inexplicable,… Read more »

Laura
Laura
4 months ago
Reply to  ItaloV

I think Sanremo tried to be more appealing for a younger audience. As an Italian myself I’ve never watched Sanremo actively, let alone voting for someone. This year when I saw Maneskin in the top 3 I decided to throw my money into it exactly because I wanted to see them at the ESC. The fanbase for ESC in Italy is small but I think it might have played a role in them winning

Voix
Voix
4 months ago

This is called a cultural reset. Eurovision going next level.

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
4 months ago

First foreign rock band to crack the UK Top 40 since Rammstein’s last hit is pretty impressive. That must be 15 years or so? Maneskin are the real deal, I hope they’re ready to capitalise on this moment.

Grey
Grey
4 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

Rammstein’s last hit was in 2019 I think? Anyway it’s impressive! I hope Måneskin does well

Alex
Alex
4 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

I hope they push I Wanna be your slave as the next single.

JulianA
JulianA
4 months ago

And why UK’ s chart is so important? What about other countries?

Erik
Erik
4 months ago
Reply to  JulianA

It’s important because of the music industry. Traditionally UK and US billboard charts has status. Nowadays Spotify world charts also has status

Alex
Alex
4 months ago
Reply to  JulianA

Shall we report about the imaginary Moldovan singles chart?

Alex
Alex
4 months ago

Embers debuts at n47 and outside the Top 40… what a mess UK and BBC… It was not played by Radio 1 of course… no support from BBC!

Anyway, Maneskin did the impossible, it’s really difficult to chart high from streaming but here they are smashing records even in UK!

I wanna be your slave charted at n83 as well, i have not seen another song by winners entering the chart as well!!!!

Andreas Has Opinions
Andreas Has Opinions
4 months ago
Reply to  Alex

It was played on Radio 2 for weeks, and no one cared. It is not a Radio 1 kind of song.

Alex
Alex
4 months ago

Wrong. It’s exactly what Radio 1 plays. James admitted that he wrote it based on what is mostly played on popular radio stations and charts. It was made to be played on radio and become a hit.

Radio 2 always plays Eurovision songs but it’s not impactful as Radio 1 which doesn’t touch Eurovision (exception Euphoria and the Icelandic guy).

JulianA
JulianA
4 months ago

Måneskin will get worldwide fame!!
Just wait a moment …

Jo.
Jo.
4 months ago

the power that that has!!!

Jonas
Jonas
4 months ago

There are other Eurovision songs that were in the UK charts, not just the ten mentioned here. Nicole got to number one, Dana and Johnny Logan too. Waterloo. I think even The Voice did okay. Maybe the twentieth century doesn’t count for whatever reason…

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
4 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

“That’s, like, soooo last century.”

Jonas
Jonas
4 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

Damiano was born in 1999, but the other three are the first Eurovision winners born in this century. This millennium. Even if we count the millennium as starting in 2001, that still leaves Thomas.

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
4 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

All good facts. I’m with you, it’s all interesting and all counts.

Jonas
Jonas
4 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

I knew you were joking, your comment just gave me the chance to share my new realization. ?

Jonas
Jonas
4 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Pretend the question mark is a smiling face.

Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
4 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

I thought so, but I wanted to make sure 🙂

Ralf0711
Ralf0711
4 months ago

Netherlands official singles charts:

1.Zitti e buoni- Maneskin
3.Voila- Barbara Pravi
15.10 years- Dadi Freyr
16.Tout l´universe- Gion´s tears
19.Shum- Go_A
22.Dark side- Blind Channel
25.I wanna be your slave- Maneskin
30.(83)Birth of a new age- Jeangu Macrooy
31.El Diablo- Elena Tsagrinou
36.Je me casse- Destiny
44.Mata Hari
45.Last dance- Stefania
47.(59)Arcade- Duncan Laurence
49.Discoteque- THE ROOP
56.Voices- Tusse
65.Fallen angel- TIX
70.Love is on my side- Black Mamba
78.Set me free- Eden Alene
79.Adrenalina- Senhit feat. Flo Rida
80.Embers- James Newman
81.Russian woman- Manizha
86.Stars- Duncan Laurence
89.The wrong place- Hooverphonic
92.Caroline- Maneskin

Ralf0711
Ralf0711
4 months ago

Ireland official singles charts:

14.Zitti e buoni- Maneskin
37.Shum- Go_A
38.10 years- Dadi Freyr
40.Voila- Barbara Pravi
51.I wanna be your slave- Maneskin
52.Tout l´universe- Gjon´s tears
60.El Diablo- Elena Tsagrinou
62.Dark side- Blind Channel
65.(92)Arcade- Duncan Laurence
75.Discoteque-THE ROOP
79.Je me casse- Destiny
99.Voices- Tusse

L'oiseau
L'oiseau
4 months ago

This is so great! Although, it is not my cop of tea, I am getting more and more excited by this victory!

Ralf0711
Ralf0711
4 months ago

Germany official singles charts:

9.Zitti e buoni- Maneskin
51.Dark side- Blind Channel
57.(60)Arcade- Duncan Laurence
62.Voila- Barbara Pravi
65.I wanna be your slave- Maneskin
66.Shum- Go_A
86.Tout l´universe- Gjon´s tears

Nils
Nils
4 months ago
Reply to  Ralf0711

i’m so amazed! we haven’t had a eurovision track entering the top 10 since the common linnets!

Last edited 4 months ago by Nils
Nils
Nils
4 months ago
Reply to  Nils

also, here are the german midweek single charts (05/26):

14. maneskin – zitti e buoni
46. barbara pravi – voila
52. blind channel – dark side
56. duncan laurence – arcade
75. jendrik – i don’t feel hate
78. gjon’s tears – tout l’univers
80. go_a – shum
96. the roop – discoteque

Nils
Nils
4 months ago
Reply to  Nils

german single trending charts (05/28):

2. jendrik – i don’t feel hate
4. the roop – discoteque
5. michael schulte – stay
9. dadi og gagnamagnid – 10 years
10. tix – fallen angel
14. tusse – voices
17. destiny – je me casse

i’ve got not idea whatever the f*** that chart is supposed to be, but i feel like it might be some sort of german ‘bubbling under’ chart?

Nils
Nils
4 months ago
Reply to  Nils

i was wrong, though. mans zelmerlöw reached #3.

Anhel
Anhel
4 months ago

Yesss! They deserve it so much! In Spotify’s daily top 50 in Bulgaria:
1. Måneskin – Zitti e buoni
2. Måneskin – I wanna be your slave
9. Måneskin – Coraline
21. Måneskin – Torna a casa
22. Måneskin – Morirò da re
26. Blind channel – Dark side
27. Måneskin – Vent’anni
33. Go_A – Shum
37. Efendi – Mata Hari
38. Måneskin – For your love
40. Måneskin – Beggin’
43. Duncan Laurence – Arcade
46. Måneskin – La paura del buio

Guys, i have a feeling we bulgarians might quite like Måneskin.

Anhel
Anhel
4 months ago
Reply to  Anhel

Bulgarian viral 50 chart is basically 70% Eurovision acts, including Måneskin’s entire discography: 1. Måneskin – Zitti e buoni 2. Måneskin – I wanna be your slave 3. Blind channel – Dark side 4. Måneskin – Coraline 5. Måneskin – Torna a casa 6. Barbara Pravi – Voilà 7. Go_A – Shum 8. Måneskin – Beggin’ 9. Måneskin – Morirò da Re 10. Måneskin – For your love 11. Efendi – Mata Hari 12. Måneskin – Vent’anni 13. Gjon’s tears – Tout l’univers 15. Alexander Rybak – Fairytale 18. Måneskin – La paura del buio 19. Dadi Freyr – 10… Read more »

Alex
Alex
4 months ago

I hope they and their team make the right decisions in the following months. They’re extremely talented, full of charisma and even beauty standards play in their favor. This is their once in a lifetime opportunity to start something big!

Azaad
Azaad
4 months ago
Reply to  Alex

At the very least they’ll be the new Helena Paparizous: they’ll continue and improve upon their huge domestic success and still have number 1 singles and albums in Italy fifteen years from now.

If glam rock was more popular they could easily be the new ABBA in terms of post ESC success.

Lorenzo Celli
Lorenzo Celli
4 months ago

I can’t believe that 20 Eurovision songs are in the viral top 50 GLOBAL in Spotify!! So proud

Azaad
Azaad
4 months ago

Very impressive but I’m kind of impressed that Only Teardrops managed to peak at 15.

Ana
Ana
4 months ago

Rock and roll never dies GO GO GO ITALY

Last edited 4 months ago by Ana
Ralf0711
Ralf0711
4 months ago

UK Top 100 singles:(28.05.) 17.Zitti e buoni- Maneskin 43.10 years- Dadi Freyr 47.Embers- James Newman 59.Shum- Go_A 62.Voila- Barbara Pravi 66.Dark side- Blind Channel 83.I wanna be your slave- Maneskin 86.El Diablo- Elena Tsagrinou 93.Tout l´universe- Gjon´s tears UK Top 100 singles sales:(28.05.) 3.(61)Embers- James Newman 10.Zitti e buoni- Maneskin 12.10 years- Dadi Freyr 15.Fallen angel- TIX 19.Dark side- Blind Channel 20.Voila- Barbara Pravi 21.Shum- Go_A 23.(re)Think about things- Dadi Freyr 28.Tout l´universe- Gjon´s tears 32.Voices- Tusse 33.El Diablo- Elena Tsagrinou 35.Discoteque- THE ROOP 41.Je me casse- Destiny 51.(re)Arcade- Duncan Laurence 55.Love is on my side- Black Mamba 66.Mata Hari… Read more »

Alex
Alex
4 months ago

Yesterday Maneskin are the third most listened to artists in the world and have beaten the likes of Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, The Weeknd, Pink, Coldplay and Bruno Mars. Better than Damiano, Victoria, Ethan and Thomas only BTS and Olivia Rodrigo, current queen of all charts with her debut album. 10 hours ago. historic result for Eurovision

Michael
Michael
4 months ago

What’s more impressive is that they already have another song, “I Wanna Be Your Slave” appearing on other music charts (including the UK). If they’re managed right, Maneskin could become a really big deal in Europe.

Paul
Paul
4 months ago

There’s so many Eurovision songs in the top 100!

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
4 months ago

Congratulations, guys! You deserve it. Viva Italia for 2022!

Whisker
Whisker
4 months ago

They deserve every success!

Jake
Jake
4 months ago

Not to mention that their other song “I wanna be your slave” is currently climbing up the worldwide charts as well. This is only the beginning for them and after Arcade we have another worldwide success on our hands. Well done!

Joe
Joe
4 months ago

And they deserve it! I knew the Brits liked this kind of rock. It honestly doesn’t sound a million miles away from the kind of British rock bands they idolize.

RavensHeart
RavensHeart
4 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Then why did they only get 3 points from the UK?

Zerameth
Zerameth
4 months ago
Reply to  RavensHeart

I’m guessing rock fans would not normally watch the Eurovision Song Contest because it rarely includes the kind of music they would enjoy. The audience voting on Saturday didn’t really represent Maneskin’s potential future audience/fans.

Hanahcolw
Hanahcolw
4 months ago
Reply to  RavensHeart

Our voting demographic is smaller and has a different taste compared to the larger population

Hello_123
Hello_123
4 months ago
Reply to  RavensHeart

The taste of the ESC-watching audience, especially in the UK, might not accurately represent the taste of the general population.

Sot
Sot
4 months ago

(In Buzz Lightyear’s voice) To infinity and beyond!

Jeriswani
Jeriswani
4 months ago

Neither the UK or Ireland entries are in they’re top 40/50. Lesley didn’t even chart in Ireland. Clearly a huge disconnect. If their own people can’t support it how can you expect Europe to.

Ryan Atherton
Ryan Atherton
4 months ago
Reply to  Jeriswani

James is actually 47th in the uk charts

American ESC FAN
American ESC FAN
4 months ago
Reply to  Jeriswani

Lesley charted earlier in the year

Una
Una
4 months ago

“Can they go even higher?”

To answer that and going by The Roop’s “fire-desire” rhyme:

“Måneskin are the world’s desire.” Of course they’ll be going higher!!