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Måneskin share snippet of new single ‘Honey! (Are U Coming)?’

Fans have the chance to win tickets to Måneskin's world tour by pre-saving the single

By Charlotte Krol

Måneskin are seen crawling on the ground in a press shot
Måneskin. (Picture: Press)

Måneskin have announced a new single called ‘Honey! (Are U Coming?)’ and have given fans a short preview.

The Italian rockers posted a five-second teaser of the song on social media earlier this week (8 August), in which lead vocalist Damiano David can be heard singing the title of the track.

It hasn’t been confirmed when the single will land but Måneskin have promised that it’ll be “coming soon” (pre-save/pre-add here). Additionally, it’s not known if it will feature on a future album or be a standalone single.

Måneskin released their third album Rush! earlier this year, two years on from finding fame winning the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest.

Rolling Stone France met the four members of the rock’n’roll torchbearers – completed by Victoria De Angelis (bass), Thomas Raggi (guitar) and Ethan Torchio (drums) – last April to talk about their whirlwind success.

The band was asked about Rush! song ‘Gasoline’, which is inspired by the Ukraine war, and whether they think that acts should write political music.

De Angelis said: “We believe we’re not here to influence anyone. It’s not our job to do so. There are experts to talk about these issues. What matters to us, as were are musicians, is music! We are musicians, not politicians. We don’t want to tell people who they should vote for. We don’t want to influence younger people who look up to us and follow our ideas, and tell them whether they’re right or wrong.

“Yet, when we see injustice (whether it is racism, homophobia, misogyny or war), we speak up and we don’t care if people agree or disagree with us. There are many fucked up things nowadays and war is one of them! There are many things we can’t change but every time we speak up about something, it’s because we really care. We feel close to our Ukrainian fans. We did a fundraising campaign to help them and made the song ‘Gasoline’. But it’s not about expressing our opinions on the reasons that triggered this war. We sympathise with the people. We support freedom of opinion!”

Måneskin are due to return to the UK and Ireland in December where they’ll play headline arena shows in Manchester and Dublin as part of their 2023 world tour.

The band kick off the North American leg of their tour in September before visiting South America, Australia and Asia.