The song was recorded for Baz Luhrmann's biopic
Maneskin released a video for Elvis Presley's cover of If I Can Dream, which was performed in Baz Luhrmann's biopic about Elvis Presley.
The video contains footage from the film about the “King of Rock and Roll” and a video from the studio where the Italian rockers recorded the song.
And also footage from their trip to Elvis Presley's famous Graceland estate, where Måneskin traveled during their American tour.
The track If I Can Dream was first performed by Elvis Presley in 1968. The song contains direct quotes from speeches by Martin Luther King. The song was recorded two months after King's assassination and is now regarded by music critics as a “protest song”. She came out as a single on a record and it sold a million copies.
And the premiere of the Elvis biopic took place at the Cannes Film Festival. Austin Butler played the main role in the biopic.
And their concert in Rome was attended by Angelina Jolie with her daughter Shiloh. It turned out that the actress and director, who is now shooting a film in Italy, knows all the hits of the Eurovision winners.