Kodaline – Brother (Acoustic from streets of Warsaw)

Kodaline – Brother (Acoustic from streets of Warsaw)

Having recently announced 4 UK dates for December including a show at the Brixton Academy on the 12th, Kodaline have revealed a stunning acoustic version of their new single ‘Brother’, shot on the streets of Warsaw. Watch it here

Their new single ‘Brother’, a track which will rank amongst one of their very best, is the sound of a band comfortable in their own skin while confidently pushing traditional boundaries.

Produced by Steve Harris and Two Inch Punch, with long-time collaborator Johnny McDaid (Snow Patrol) executive producer, ‘Brother’ is mixed by Spike Stent. It’s the first addictive taste from their forthcoming new album and has anthem written all over it.

Last year Kodaline featured on Kygo’s global smash ‘Raging’ and 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) on their forthcoming album.

The new album will be the 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 and imprinted itself on the nation’s consciousness with streaming figures well into the 100s of millions. On Vevo the band’s videos have had over 200 million views, and they have sold over a million singles.

Kodaline are – singer Steve Garrigan, guitarist Mark Prendergast, bassist Jason Boland and drummer Vinny May.

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

Brother is out now. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6TXPNybrmk
www.kodaline.com

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Kodaline – Brother (Acoustic from streets of Warsaw)