'Fall On Me,' a duet with his son Matteo, is also out today (Sept. 20).
Andrea Bocelli's first album of all-new material in 14 years, Si, won't feature his duet with Ed Sheeran on "Perfect Symphony," but it will contain a new track co-written by Sheeran and Tiziano Ferro, "Amo Soltanto Te," as well as duets with Dua Lipa, fellow contemporary classical star Josh Groban and soprano Aida Garifullina.
The 16-track album (due out Oct. 26), which a release says celebrates "love, family, faith and hope," also features a musical collaboration with Bocceli's 20 year-old son, Matteo Bocelli titled "Fall On Me." It's the end credits song from the upcoming Disney movie The Nutcracker and The Four Realms (Nov. 2), starring Keira Knightley, Mackenzie Foy, Helen Mirren and Morgan Freeman, and is available now.
"Technically they are very different, but there is one thing that makes them most similar: the attitude. That characteristic way of expressing yourself through your voice," Bocelli says of the blending of his voice with his son's. "This makes Matteo and I very similar. But that is something that you cannot learn, that cannot be taught. That is something you are born with."