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Music / November 16, 2021

Mango x MathMan announce ‘Quiet Life’ Irish tour

Music / November 16, 2021

Mango x MathMan announce ‘Quiet Life’ Irish tour

Words: Dylan Murphy

The pair are hitting the road in March after the release of The Quiet Life EP.

Standing at the intersection of Dublin’s history of rave culture and the blossoming hip hop scene, Mango x MathMan have been repping the capital in their music since day one.

Following a number of years shelling live shows, they received a nod for Choice Prize song of the year for the lead single, ‘Deep Blue’ from their debut album Casual Work featuring the Mercury Prize-nominated Lisa Hannigan in 2019.

Now, they’ve revealed their first nationwide tour since before the pandemic. Mango x MathMan kick off proceedings in Belfast and finish up in Galway in May.

Peep the tour poster below with the full dates:

The Quiet Life will be released on 11 March 2022, followed by their nationwide tour.

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