The Vibrations - Apollo Theater - March 24 2020
Vibrations are an Italian pop rock band formed in Milan in 1999.
After years of apprenticeship spent playing for the Milanese clubs, the group managed to make its debut in early 2003 with the single Dedicato a te, certified platinum after a few weeks. The single was pulled by a video shot on the Milanese canals; the Elio e le Storie Tese group and the rapper Frankie hi-nrg mc have subsequently made some parodies. In the same year, Le Vibrazioni released their first album, Le Vibrazioni, whose sales exceeded 300,000 copies  and from which they extracted the singles On a summer night, Come to me, I’m more serene and … E He goes away. The latter will be included in the soundtrack of the film Three meters above the sky.
In 2004, after their first successful tour, they released a live DVD, Live at Alcatraz recorded on 27 September 2003 at the same Milanese club on the occasion of the last tour date of their first album promotion that year. The DVD contains the complete movie of the concert and some video extracts related to the backstage.
On 30 June 2017 the group announced its return to the music scene with the original line-up during a performance at the annual RadioItaliaLive. On December 15, 2017 they are announced among the participants of the Sanremo Festival 2018, with the song So wrong. This is the group’s second participation in the Italian song festival after that of 2005. V was released on February 9, 2018, the group’s fifth studio album. On May 25, 2018 the unreleased single Amore Zen was released, in collaboration with Jake La Furia, while on 28 September 2018 it was the turn of a second unpublished, Think of me like this. The single Change was released on January 18, 2019, which pays homage to Dedicated to you in 2003. In the summer of the same year the single Love is hurting, released on radio from June 21, is released. On February 5, 2020 they released the single Dov’è, presented at the 70th Sanremo festival and ranked fourth at the end of the event.