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Lili Marlene

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That's a decent tune. Are these lads real scumbags this time? Versatile has me not trusting myself
Kneecap are just some lads from West Belfast. All the heads up there talk the way they do, they probably went to my school and everything. The ones you actually have to watch out for don't say that kind of shit ha
 

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Dublin city’s Mango X MathMan round of their incredible 2019 with the lead single from their debut album ‘Casual Work’ - one of the most anticipated Irish albums of the year.

‘Deep Blue’, featuring Irish music icon Lisa Hannigan is the groups love letter to the city they were born and raised in. MathMan’s blending of cinematic orchestration (performed by Ireland’s world famous ‘Crash Ensemble’) with cutting-edge, contemporary music production gives ‘Deep Blue’ a unique and distinct sound, unlike anything heard from MXM before.

Mango’s lyricism weaves a poetic narrative of the beauty and the flaws of Dublin city and life here for young people. This coupled with the gentle power of Lisa Hannigan’s haunting vocals make ‘Deep Blue’ a powerful yet beautifully balanced song with wide cross-over potential.

Having established themselves as one of the most highly regarded groups in Ireland; with one of the most talked about live shows, Mango X MathMan continue to push the musical and creative boundaries of what is expected from an Irish music group. Their new album see’s them break further artistic ground with a more musically rich, mature and exciting creation. The album ‘Casual Work’ – over three years in the making will be released November 8th 2019.

Deep Blue will be released across all platforms on Friday October 18th. This is a bold statement of intent from one of Ireland's most interesting and un-compromising groups.


 

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