NewsMusic NewsMåneskin share their violent new video for ‘MAMMAMIA’
The Eurovision winners go about committing murder at a party in their new visuals
Måneskin have shared their violent new video for their recent single ‘MAMMAMIA’ – you can watch the clip below.
The track was initially released earlier this month by the Italian band, who were victorious in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest back in May.
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Måneskin have now shared the official Rei Nadal-directed clip for ‘MAMMAMIA’, which comes with an epilepsy warning.
The clip features three members of the band individually plotting the murder of frontman Damiano David during a house party – you can watch the video for Måneskin’s ‘MAMMAMIA’ below.
Speaking at a press conference earlier this month to tie in with the release of ‘MAMMAMIA’, David explained that the single “came out in a few hours – that’s why we felt like it was going to be a banger for us”.
“We didn’t take it too seriously,” bassist Victoria de Angelis continued. “It’s a very silly, careless song and we’ve never done something like that before. It came together very naturally. We just tried to have fun and enjoy it, because [it was written] in a moment where we were experiencing a lot of things.”
Måneskin will play a surprise free show at London’s O2 Academy Islington tonight (October 20). The band will also head out on a UK and European tour in 2022, which has sold out. You can check out the dates below.
6 – O2 Academy Brixton, London
10 – Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
12 – Rockhal, Luxembourg
15 – Towar Hall, Warsaw, Poland
19 – Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria
21 – Le Zenith, Paris, France
24 – Halle 622, Zurich, Switzerland
26 – Verti Music Hall, Berlin, Germany
28 – Mala Sportovini Hala, Prague, Czech Republic
1 – Barba Negra, Budapest, Hungary
3 – AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Netherlands
7 – Stereo Plaza, Kiev, Ukraine
9 – Stadium Love, Moscow, Russia
11 – Tinkoff Arena, St Petersburg, Russia
13 – Saku Suurhall, Tallinn, Estonia
14 – Arena Riga, Riga, Latvia