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General News / October 30, 2019

Mango x MathMan release video for ‘Deep Blue’ ahead of ‘Casual Work’

General News / October 30, 2019

Mango x MathMan release video for ‘Deep Blue’ ahead of ‘Casual Work’

The Dublin duo have released the first visuals from their debut album.

Ahead of one of the most highly anticipated Irish projects of the year, ‘Casual Work’, Mango x Mathman have presented the first video for the lead single ‘Deep Blue’ that features Lisa Hannigan and The Crash Ensemble.

Directed by Emma Fraser and Aislinn Lawlor and shot and edited by Ger Walsh, the video provides an emotive vignette into the everyday movements in the cityscape of the capital. Described as “a love letter to Dublin”, it’s a deeply appreciative cut of the city that shaped the duo.

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