Andrea Bocelli Releases First Single ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ From New Album Believe

Today, world-renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli releases the first single from his new album, Believe – a stirring rendition of the beloved anthem ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’. It is the opening song from his forthcoming record, which is released via Sugar/Decca Records on November 13th and celebrates the power of music to soothe the soul. To pre-order the album Believe click HERE.

‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ was originally written for the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel, which premiered in 1945. It continues to be a huge hit 75 years on, with its rousing melody and its message of hope and comfort. Bocelli brings his unique vocals to this familiar favorite. 

The new single is a taste of what’s to come on Bocelli’s upcoming studio album, Believe, which is a collection of uplifting songs that have inspired and sustained him over the years. The record features duets with Grammy Award winning artists Alison Krauss and Cecilia Bartoli – two singers whose distinctive voices are renowned around the world – as well as a previously unreleased track from the late, great Italian composer Ennio Morricone, a long-time collaborator of Bocelli’s. 

“The concept behind Believe is based on three words: faith, hope and charity,” says Bocelli. “These are the three theological virtues of Christianity, yet – quite independently of any religious belief – they are also the three extraordinary keys to giving meaning and completeness to the lives of every one of us.”

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