🇮🇹 Marco Mengoni releases the Eurovision version of “Due Vite”

🇮🇹 Marco Mengoni releases the Eurovision version of “Due Vite”

Gearing up for his performance at Eurovision 2023, Italy’s representative Marco Mengoni has released the trimmed Eurovision version of his song for Liverpool – “Due Vite”.

What’s changed?

In order to meet Eurovision requirements, “Due Vite” has been cut by 45 seconds. As a result, a number of parts are now gone from the track. For example, the second half of the first verse has been removed, as well as the middle part of the first chorus. The instrumentation also now has a better flow throughout the song, and swells with seamlessness.

Listen to the Eurovision version of “Due Vite” on streaming platforms

You are now able to listen to the new version of the song on streaming platforms.


Apple Music

Italy’s Eurovision Journey

Italy have participated in the Eurovision Song Contest since the very beginning and have always been considered a powerhouse in the contest. As a result, Italy have won the contest on three occasions in 1964, 1990 and 2021. Italy did withdraw for a while after 1997, returning again in 2011 with Raphael Gualazzi who sang ‘Madness Of Love’ Raphael placed second in the 2011 Eurovison Song Contest after scoring 189 points. Italy’s most recent entry in 2022 was “Brividi” by Mahmood and Blanco, performed on home soil after rock band Måneskin won the previous contest in 2021. At the close of voting, Italy scoring 268 points in the Eurovision 2022 Grand Final, placing 6th.

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News Source: RAI

Photo Credit: Andrea Bianchera

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