Italian singer-songwriter and actress, Arianna Bergamaschi, better known as Arianna, released the song earlier this year. She spoke to Artist Direct as to why she made the track:
I'd made a track for a friend who does music for commercials. I was at home and they called me asking to suggest a song that's like the dance song "Tu Vuò Fà L'Americano". That's a Neapolitan song from Naples. They wanted a song like that because the commercial was about immigration. They wanted to speak about Italian immigration in L.A. I knew the Italian song very well, and they just asked for a suggestion. I said, "Torna a Surriento" is one of the best because it speaks about immigration. I sang it for a little bit since the commercial was 30-seconds. I didn't imagine it would get four million views on YouTube, and we'd do a song [Laughs]. I'm a singer in Italy, and I've done so many things including theater and musicals. It's like a dream for me to be here. I wanted to do a single in the U.S., but I didn't expect it. Everything feels like an unexpected dream."
Check it out, it'll make you dance.