On Wednesday they shared a series of snaps of themselves walking through Paris with large red belts that red MAMMAMIA. And by Thursday afternoon Eurovision winners Måneskin had confirmed that that’s the name of their new single, which will drop on October 8.

MAMMAMIA! Måneskin reveal October 8 release and pre-listening party

In a separate post on Instagram, the band shared a snap of a person sliding their hand into their denim jeans, while wearing the large red belt (as seen at the top of this post).

The caption read: “MAMMAMIA out October the 8th at 12 AM CEST.”

The release date coincides with drummer Ethan Torchio’s birthday, which fans are taking as an omen of beautiful things to come.

Comments on social media range from “another banger” to suggestions that it’s a cover of the ABBA hit. Mamma mia, here I go again, my, my, how can I resist you? 

Regardless of the answer, hype is also building about a series of pre-listening parties around Europe. They’ll be taking place on October 7 at 21:00 CEST in the following cities:

Berlin Istanbul New York
London Zurich Moscow
Helsinki Oslo Amsterdam
Milan Tallinn Warsaw
Rome Riga Madrid
Paris Vilnius

For your chance at attending, you need to visit this link and pre-save the track on Spotify or pre-add it on Apple Music. Then fill out the form, read the rules and keep everything crossed.

The graphic shared via the Måneskin Instagram Story says that folks in Oslo do NOT have to pre-save or pre-add the track.

 

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In other news, the band’s LOUD KIDS ON TOUR ’22 tour sold out in just two hours. Were you among the luck ones who managed to snag tickets to one of the 16-dates in 15 countries? Let us know down below!

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SuperUltraBiggestMåneskinFan
SuperUltraBiggestMåneskinFan
13 days ago

Sweden would me so Nice bc im the biggest fan ever here!

Nina på Sony
13 days ago

Missa inte vår tävling där du kan vinna plats på lyssningseventet i Stockholm!

Alex
Alex
14 days ago

I can’t believe the tour went sold out so fast. They should have done bigger venues in Amsterdam, London, Belgium and Germany.

Also, they need to add more dates, ex. Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Turkey, Greece, Spain.

filipko54
filipko54
14 days ago
Reply to  Alex

They should have done it everywhere, not just these cities

Ashton
Ashton
14 days ago

not to get anybody’s hopes up but apparently the a dal 2022 rules leaked and said that Hungary would be returning to Eurovision and that it would be hosted in Turin. it apparently then got deleted from the a dal page, so idk the validity of it

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
14 days ago
Reply to  Ashton

I wouldn’t be surprised if turin ends up being the host city, But hungry returning would be a surprising news because I didn’t expect it to happen. But again, let’s wait for official news on the matter

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
14 days ago
Reply to  Ashton

I considered hungary my favorite eurovision country before they left so that’d be great news.

Alex
Alex
14 days ago
Reply to  Ashton

I don’t think Hungary is back under Orban’s regime. Unless there is pressure after Maneskin’s massive success.

Torino is already the big favourite to win the hosting rights.

Jo.
Jo.
14 days ago
Reply to  Ashton

the host city has probably been picked already, and it’s very likely to be Turin.

John
John
14 days ago

They just posted a snippet on TikTok. Definitely not a cover of ABBA and it sounds fantastic.

Man on a Hamster Wheel
Man on a Hamster Wheel
14 days ago

I hope it’s an Italian version of SunStroke Project’s “Hey Mamma”

filipko54
filipko54
15 days ago

damn I didn’t even expect it.. I’m glad I set an alarm and immediately bought the tickets 😀

esc1234
esc1234
15 days ago

Every time someone from the UK says eurovision is a circus and a camp event, show them Måneskin and their global domination. Easier to make of eurovision than not to come last at it

Alex
Alex
14 days ago
Reply to  esc1234

haha true, British media are soo mad that a Eurovision winner got massive after the victory. I wish BBC would take it seriously and some UK good artists would consider it but i doubt..

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
15 days ago

their 4th global hit this year is coming, i fear !

Vicky
15 days ago

I was at UK ticketmaster site at 11.00 am exactly and joined the queue. When it was my turn at 11.05, no tickets were available. That was brutal.

Polegend Godgarina
Polegend Godgarina
15 days ago
Reply to  Vicky

that’s what happens when an act is in demand, i fear !

Alex
Alex
14 days ago
Reply to  Vicky

they need to do bigger venues…

Nadors
Nadors
15 days ago

I can’t wait until the release
I wonder if it’ll be in Italian or English

Ellie
Ellie
15 days ago
Reply to  Nadors

Much as we might not want to acknowledge it, they’d be foolish to release an Italian song right now.

ItaloJeck
ItaloJeck
15 days ago
Reply to  Ellie

It’s very sad, .. but true

Iván el Conquistador
Iván el Conquistador
15 days ago
Reply to  Ellie

BTS release songs in Korean and achieve global success with them. Why can’t Maneskin do the same with Italian songs?

Gippa
Gippa
14 days ago

Because Kpop is a much bigger reality with a big fanbase that italian rock (or music in general) doesn’t have? 🙂

I think that the main kpop market is east Asia.
Probably there could be a market for italian music (that’s not opera or pop-opera) in south America (there already is a small one, but singers tend to change lyrics in Spanish) but in general I think they need some English hits to be known on the international market.

Gippa
Gippa
14 days ago
Reply to  Gippa

Obviously I could be wrong and they could decide to release the next single in Italian, who knows…

Ellie
Ellie
14 days ago

I don’t know much about BTS, but a glance at their sales numbers in the English speaking world suggests a sizeable difference in the success of their Korean songs and their English songs. That’s not a comment on their quality, but on the reality that entire markets will reject nearly anything not in English.

Fatima
Fatima
13 days ago

Hang on Iván. The last BTS song I heard was not only in English, it was also sung with American accents

Krying
Krying
12 days ago

You do realise that Maneskin are bigger than BTS. BTS success is highly inflated by the mass buying of obsessive fans.

Alex
Alex
14 days ago
Reply to  Ellie

they can always follow the steps of other stars (examples Shakira) that release songs in both English and their native language,

Lucie Zápotocná
Lucie Zápotocná
15 days ago

I’m so grateful I have a ticket !!!

Last edited 15 days ago by Lucie Zápotocná