Gianna Nannini, the new album Sei Nel L’Anima out on March 22nd

Gianna Nannini is ready to return. Five years after his last studio work, The difference, the Tuscan singer-songwriter announces a new recording project, with an album and a tour that recover from the name the atmosphere of a long and extraordinary career also celebrated at the Ariston with participation in the covers evening of the Sanremo Festival. The album, which will then be followed by a tour, will be called YOU ARE IN THE SOUL and will be released on Friday 22 March on the Columbia Records/Sony Music Italy label.

Anticipated by the individual Silence

The album was anticipated in January by the release of the single Silence. YOU ARE IN THE SOUL it is a concept album with which Gianna Nannini intends to open up and offer herself to her audience through 12 personal and heartfelt songs, with soul and blues atmospheres that take us back to the origins of her career.

The album is already available for pre-save and pre-order in three versions on vinyl (black, white signed exclusively on, gray signed and numbered exclusively on the Sony Music store) and CD (with a signed version exclusively for LaFeltrinelli ).


Gianna Nannini will then be live from autumn 2024 with the international tour “Sei nell’anima tour – European Leg”, distributed by Friends & Partners and co-produced with 3Monkeys. There are 5 dates, the first of which is November 25th in Zurich. Tickets are available on the website and in authorized sales points.


Even before that, on May 2nd, the long-awaited film Sei nell’anima will arrive on Netflix, which will tell an important piece of his life and his artistic history, 30 years that will start from his childhood up to his consecration on the stages and in the sales charts .


Gianna Nannini was among the protagonists of the Sanremo Festival. Despite not being in the competition, she took part in the evening of covers and duets alongside Rose Villain, who wanted to pay homage to her with a medley of her great hits in a duo performance which led Ariston to applaud convincingly the artist born in Siena.