Kodaline ‘I Wouldn’t Be’ EP out today
Ahead of their run of four UK dates in December Ireland’'s prodigal sons, Kodaline, have unveiled their latest EP, I Wouldn’t Be, out today via B-Unique/Sony. The EP features four brand new tracks written by the band and recorded at The Vale Studios in Worcestershire.

Like their stunning single Brother’, released earlier this year, the collection of songs on the ‘I Wouldn'’t Be’ EP showcases the band’s ability to straddle genres while retaining a strong sense of identity and ranks among their best work. The title track (which is my favourite) sees the band harmonising perfectly reminiscent of Bon Iver, while the anthemic ‘Ready To Change’ and indie-pop of ‘The Riddle’ are sure to become live favourites. Blood And Bones is a perfect combination of their previous gut wrenching music and this new sound they are presenting. Watch the visuals for Ready To Change below and also check out the full EP!

After their set at Glastonbury and intimate show at London’'s Omeara, Kodaline will play the following December dates, with final tickets on sale now:

Fri 8th MANCHESTER, O2 Apollo
Sat 9th GLASGOW, O2 Academy
Sun 10th BIRMINGHAM, O2 Academy
Tues 12th LONDON, Brixton O2 Academy

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.

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).

Kodaline will release their new album early in 2018.