Kodaline announce new single "Brother"
I am so happy right now guys! Ireland’'s prodigal sons, Kodaline, have announced a brand new single called Brother, impacting on July 21st on RCA Records (we'll get the chance to listen to it next week on June 23rd). The song was mixed by Spike Trent, produced by Steve Harris and Two Inch Punch, with long-time collaborator Johnny McDaid (Snow Patrol) executive producer.

Singer Steve Garrigan'’s vocals have never sounded so passionate. Nor has the band ever sounded so fresh.

To celebrate their return they have just announced a special one-off show July 3rd at London's Omeara. Tickets available here from 10am tomorrow, Friday  June 16th.

For album number three, Kodaline have, for the first time, worked with a variety of different writers and producers including pop guru Wayne Hector, Jonny Coffer (Beyonce, Emeli Sande, Naughty Boy) and Two Inch Punch (Rag'n’'Bone Man, Sam Smith).

Last year Kodaline featured on Kygo'’s 2016 global smash ‘Raging’ and they'’ve taken a more electronic approach to some of the songs on their new album to dazzling effect.

This will be the first collection of new music since 2015's Coming Up For Air, which went Gold in the UK. The band's debut album, In A Perfect World has sold over a million copies worldwide.

Kodaline play Glastonbury, the Other Stage, at 4:15 on Sunday June 25th.