Finally this long wait is over!!
The single NOCHE SIN DIA has been released, and is visible to everyone, on every page, including the official page of IL VOLO.
Or rather, I have to rectify, because the video is visible to almost everyone, but for us Italians, it is not at all.
Unfortunately this is an unpleasant situation, but I’m sure it does not depend on the will of the boys, so for the moment we do not talk about it.
Let’s talk about music and video instead.
Here it is.
Let’s talk about the video.
Beautiful, captivating, engaging.
I see three guys who want to have fun, who want to dance, without excesses, without coarse manner, without vulgarity, without dancing with obscene movements. They are boys who aspire to a healthy fun, dressed in particular, colorful and lively clothes.
The script is beautiful, the movements also.
We do not think of NOTTE MAGICA or GRANDE AMORE, we think of many guys in the disco who want to have fun dancing and without having excesses . . . a nice party, in short.
I would say positive.
Let’s talk about music.
The rhythm is beautiful, stimulating, repetitive but not boring.
There are no swear words, no vulgarity, or masculine references typical of reggaeton, I would say it is very detached from reggaeton. I would say that is a rhythm to dance, to have fun.
The words are beautiful, they speak of love,
“There is no night without a day
There is no rain without water
That would be, of life
Without love it would not exist.”
Certainly their voices, here have a secondary role, it is true, but maintain a gentle harmony and that do not present the discord, typical of certain songs that are said “fashionable” and to which everything is excused.
I like it.
Marie and I exchanged opinions on the new single Noche Sin Dia, and Marie sent me this beautiful article that I enclose and which I report this beautiful statement.
Thanks Marie !!
This is an excerpt from the blog post:
“As opposed to their usual classic pop fare, the track instead sees them delightfully venturing into the globally popular genre of reggaeton, and although the sound is surprising some fans, the boys have not foregone the element that helped make them famous from the start–their powerhouse vocals and message of love. Rather, the song is giving them a fresh new and radio-friendly appeal not only for the Latin market but for the world.”
My opinion is positive. The boys did not distort their image, on the contrary, they tried to give their imprint in a different rhythm.
Not everyone will appreciate this type of music, but even when they faced NOTTE MAGICA, many fans said they would not follow them anymore.
Honestly, I do not think IL VOLO will abandon their style, but I think they have proven to be able to tackle anything.
They are young and it is right that they are also followed by young people. Let’s face it, too, their songs did not involve the boys their age too much.
They will always have a special eye for their more mature fans, and their repertoire will include this, but also all that they have performed before.
Here in Italy they have always called them “young old” because they present again songs of other times, the radio and the musical transmissions NEVER pass their songs. If this experiment can serve to approach people who would NEVER listen to IL VOLO on principle . . . welcome!
This project is welcome, if it is necessary to open up eyes and ears to people who do not know what voices these guys have. But they will notice, that IL VOLO, is this and even more.
Of course this is just my opinion, tell me yours.
Credit to owners of all photos and video.