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Maneskin shows ironic side in new single ‘Mammamia’

Following on from its summer global hits ‘I Wanna be Your Slave’ and ‘Beggin’ (which both spent months inside the top 10 on the global charts) Italy’s flamboyantly energetic rock band Måneskin returns with their new single “Mammamia” produced by Fabrizio Ferraguzzo and Maneskin.

Maneskin shows ironic side in new single ‘Mammamia’
Maneskin is an Italian four-piece rock band composed of vocalist Damiano David, bassist Victoria de Angelis, guitarist Thomas Raggi, and drummer Ethan Torchio. 
As always, the song is live recorded to keep the sound raw and rough. Despite being a rock song, the track also brings dance and club vibes, starting with a strong bass’ riff and a rhythmic drum.

The tongue-in-cheek lyrics talk about people’s perception of your behavior, while your intentions and thoughts are truly different. For the track, the band shows its ironic side for the first time.     

The band has consistently been one of the most-streamed artists globally of the last few months amassing more than three billion streams. It also managed to have two songs simultaneously in the global Top 10 for over two months.    

The group’s track “Beggin” has charted Top 10 in 63 countries, while “I Wanna Be Your Slave” in 35 territories. They also have achieved 24 Platinum and 16 Gold certifications from around the globe so far. The band also has two singles simultaneously in the UK top 10 and reached #1 in the United States Alternative Radio chart.  This marks the fastest rise to #1 in U.S. Alternative Airplay by a band new to the format in 24 Years.    

Such is the hunger for this band that when Maneskin recently announced its European Loud Kids” tour, it sold out in two hours. 

Topics: Måneskin , “Mammamia” , Fabrizio Ferraguzzo , Beggin

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