Mare Fuori, 2 songs from the soundtrack in the top 10 best-selling singles

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Sea Out is one of the phenomena of the current television season. Its episodes have reached extraordinary numbers in streaming, an extraordinary wave that has involved millions of Italians who have grown fond of the product which has now reached its third season. Not that the first two chapters of the story have not been successful but the incredible rebound obtained with the third season is almost unique in the Italian serial panorama. The appreciation index of the series is also given by the fact that ben two of the songs which make up the soundtrack Of Sea Out I am in the ranking of the 10 best-selling songs in Italy. The success of the series is transversal, even if it is undeniable that it has had a greater hold on the very young.

The songs of Sea Out in ranking

O mar for is the main song of the series and has become a real cult. Sung by Matteo Paolillo, it was recently certified Gold Disc thanks to the over 50,000 copies sold. Its success is extraordinary, considering that it has been in the charts for 4 weeks now and competes with the songs of the Sanremo festival. This would be enough to measure the impact of the series on public opinion. And it is even clearer if we consider that in addition to the song that is the pillar of the series there is also another song on the charts and it’s Origami at dawn, sung by Clara Soccini, who plays Giulia in the series. This song debuted directly at #5 on Spotify with over 2 million plays.

The plot of Mare Fuori

Sea Out tell her story of four very young Neapolitans forced to serve their sentence in juvenile detention center of Nisida, one of the best-known prisons for those under the age of 18. Their lives meet and intertwine with those of the other prisoners but also with those of the staff of the penitentiary police and the prison managers, engaged in the very delicate rehabilitation operation. All this takes place with the ambition of returning to the outside of those bars, because there is “o mar fuori”.