- 04 Aug 21
The Eurovision winners collaboration with the 'Godfather of Punk' will be released this Friday, August 6th.
Måneskin have announced a new version of 'I Wanna Be Your Slave' featuring Iggy Pop.
The Italian rockers had teased a collaboration with the 'Godfather of Punk' on August 3rd, posting a video to their Instagram of the band and Pop signing off on a video call with each other.
Not much else has been revealed about the new version, which will be released this Friday, August 6th.
MÅNESKIN & IGGY POP - I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE
OUT AUGUST 6th 12 AM CEST pic.twitter.com/LHQUeCiraA
— ManeskinOfficial (@thisismaneskin) August 4, 2021
Singer Damiano David had previously covered a version of 'I Wanna Be Your Dog' by The Stooges for the Italian-dub of Disney's live action Cruella. David and bassist Victoria De Angelis also lent their voices to two characters of the film, the assistant of Baroness Jeffrey and a fashion reporter respectively.
Måneskin have gone from strength to strength since winning the Eurovision Song Contest before 180 million people in May. Their winning track 'Zitti E Buoni' racked up over 45,000,000 plays as the most streamed song in this year’s Eurovision contest in the months leading up to the final.
They are currently scheduled to play a number of festivals around Europe, but had to pull out of Lokerse Feesten in Belgium last week, due to drummer Ethan Torchio suffering from hand tendinitis.
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