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General News / October 18, 2019

Mango X MathMan release first single ‘Deep Blue’ from debut album

General News / October 18, 2019

Mango X MathMan release first single ‘Deep Blue’ from debut album

The first single from a project that has been years in the making is here.

You would have to be living under a rock to be unaware of the riotous live performances that have gained the pair widespread plaudits. Following the end of festival season they’ve locked into album mode, releasing the lead single from their anticipated debut  album ‘Casual Work’.

The thumping baselines that frequent their trademark energetic shows has been replaced by a more emotive and cinematic orchestration performed by the ‘Crash Ensemble’ in ‘Deep Blue’. Recruiting none other than Lisa Hannigan for a what is essence a love letter to the city of Dublin, the track presents a cut that illustrates the act’s scope to produce a range of varying musical styles.

Mango has exchanged rapid fire bars for a more poetic embrace of the beauties and imperfections of the city. Arguably their most mature effort to date, it signposts their potential for further sonic experimentation.

Listen to the track below: