Five years have passed since Fatti Sentire, the last album of previously unreleased songs published in March 2018. Laura Pausini has finally announced when her new album will be released: on October 27th, Anime Parallele (“Parallel Souls”) will be available all over the world, also in its Spanish version Almas Paralelas. A deluxe version will also be released with six bonus tracks.
It is the twelfth studio album for the Italian singer, a record born and created over a five-year period that saw her perform all over the world. During this period of time, Laura Pausini had however published unreleased music. Io Sì (Seen), soundtrack to the film The Life Ahead, won her a Golden Globe in 2021 and earned her an Oscar nomination.
“Anime Parallele is a concept album, a songbook that contains stories of different people, including the artist herself,” we read in a press release. “Laura Pausini with her new album wants to celebrate the individual through the story of the most varied experiences”.
Laura Pausini and Anime Parallele: the new album will be customizable
Anime Parallele was born with the intention of promoting an ideal world, where everyone is free to be themselves. Following this philosophy, Laura Pausini launched a challenge to make the cover of her new album customizable. Fans from all over the world will be able to share their cover idea by adding specially created stickers that could be found among the gifs by typing “LP2023ALBUM”.
On her social media profiles, a few days ago Laura Pausini published a short video with a long post in which she expressed her feelings after the first listen to the new album. “The day I listened to the entire album for the first time, my mind went from zero to one thousand in an instant. Especially during the first track that will open this new path. Everything is ready, I’m ready, I can’t wait to take you with me into this new world! I’m just waiting for you!”, said the singer.
The release of Anime Parallele anticipates Laura Pausini’s World Tour 2023/2024. After the special previews in Piazza San Marco (Venice) and Plaza de España (Seville) last July, the tour will start on December 8th in Rimini, Italy. The artist will then perform in the most prestigious arenas in Europe, Latin America and the United States.