Equation Resolution – How to make these two equals?

{{-0.195683}, {0.847932}, {-1.15281}, {0.403899}, {0.324176},
{-0.239969}, {-1.04139}, {0.684775}, {2.21761}, {-1.03385},
{-0.650508}, {-0.414539}, {-1.20343}, {-1.45196}, {-0.73327},
{0.681765}, {-0.672773}, {0.200809}, {0.392543}, {-0.724664},
{1.56285}} == {-0.195683, 0.847932, -1.15281, 0.403899,
0.324176, -0.239969, -1.04139, 0.684775,
2.21761, -1.03385, -0.650508, -0.414539, -1.20343, -1.45196,
-0.73327, 0.681765, -0.672773, 0.200809, 0.392543, -0.724664, 1.56285}

When they are put in matrix form, these two sets are equal, but when I set them ==, instead of returning "True", the above function is returned. Is there a way to make Mathematica remove the extra set of brackets for the left side of the equation so that it returns True?