- 23 Apr 19
Rock group Kodaline have announced special guest James Morrison for their performances at St. Anne’s Park in Dublin on 31 May and 1 June. Breakthrough Irish acts have also been added to the line-up, with FLYNN and ROE performing on 31 May and Somebody’s Child taking the stage on 1 June.
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Singer-songwriter Morrison has come a long way since starting a cover band in 1990 – after releasing his hit debut single ‘You Give Me Something’ in 2006, Morrison achieved five Top 10 singles, two number one albums, a BRIT Award and more. Earlier this month, Morrison sold out the Olympia Theatre and toured around the UK following the release of his Motown-inspired fifth studio album, You’re Stronger Than You Know.
Rising stars FLYNN and ROE will also join Kodaline on 31 May. Busker-turned-alt-pop singer FLYNN has burst onto the scene with singles ‘Red Light’ and ‘Peace of Mind,’ which have been streamed over three million times. His latest release, a collaboration with Lost Frequencies entitled 'Recognise,' dropped in March.
ROE, a Derry-born indie artist, has made an impact with her self-ascribed ‘grumpy electro-pop,’ playing festivals from Canada to India and touring around the UK with Snow Patrol. ROE recently headlined shows in Dublin, Galway and Belfast in early April.
Alt-singer-songwriter Somebody’s Child will perform on 1 June. This newcomer has shaken up the Irish music scene with ethereal singles like ‘Make You Alright’ and ‘Toes.’
Kodaline’s debut album In A Perfect World was released in 2013, with single ‘High Hopes’ achieving a number one spot on the Irish charts. Between In A Perfect World and the group’s two other releases, Irish chart-toppers Coming Up for Air and Politics of Living, Kodaline have sold nearly two million albums and one million singles.
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