At the 2023 MTV VMAs I Maneskin they won in the “Best Rock” category with The loneliest (PHOTO). During the evening, Damiano and Ethan wowed with their platinum blonde hair (a novelty, to be honest, more for the drummer than for the frontman) and… a kiss! These two actually recreated Madonna and Britney Spears kiss, in the same place and on the same occasion as twenty years ago. Now they’ve brought another famous scene to life on Instagram. The main characters this time were Olsen twins.
Damiano and Ethan as Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
Towel, robe, heeled boots: Damiano and Ethan certainly didn’t go unnoticed at the event. New York streets. Their unusual outing, posted on the band’s Instagram profile, had one purpose: to promote the new line. merchandising. The quote, as they themselves confirmed in the caption, is from the film Crazy day in New York (New York minute) 2004, in which Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen they play two twins with opposite personalities who have different (miserable) adventures in New York. Like the two girls, half of the Maneskins were walking the streets of the Big Apple in white robe. The only difference? The wedge is a symbol of their rock soul. And a glamorous attitude. In the stories, posing in front of a New York food truck, those same blond artists then agreed to meet at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, September 15: that’s when New York fans would be able to gather free merchandising going toHard Rock Hotel.
New York Times opinion
“Maneskin – the last rock band?” this is the title of the article that Dan Brooks he wrote on The newspaper “New York Times. Recalling the Roman group’s last tour, Brooks spoke about the fame of Damiano and his companions. “Maneskin likes them because they are an instant expression of the type of music that an entire segment of the population only knows through Spotify,” he writes. For the youngest, or at least for many of them, rock music it’s an artifact that can be streamed simultaneously, even though decades pass between songs. Thus, Maneskin has the advantage: giving rock to those who didn’t live through the genre’s golden years. But if rock has already taken its last breath (it stopped at number one on Billboard in 2001, with How you Remind Me from Nickelback)? This is the troubling question the article asks.