11 Songs, 44 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5

391 Ratings

391 Ratings

Really exited


I can't express how much I love this band, and I can't wait to see where they go.

Best album in years


I've been listening to this album for over two months now and still don't seem to get tired of it. It is by far the best album in years, probably the best I've ever bought. Try to grab tickets for their upcoming US tour, these four immensely talented Irish lads are even better live than on their stellar debut album. Songs like "High hopes", "All comes down to you", "Pray" or "Brand new day" will take you on an emotional roller coaster ride and leave you wanting for more. Kodaline's music is emotional, uplifting and sincere.. Those guys are simply amazing!!!!

Breath of fresh air

♥Paramore's Biggest Fan 4ever♥

That is all.

About Kodaline

Dublin, Ireland-based modern rock quartet Kodaline specialize in soaring, radio-ready guitar rock that's drawn comparisons to Coldplay, Keane, U2, and Oasis. Formed in the working-class town of Swords around the talents of Steve Garrigan, Vinnie May, Jr., Jason Boland, and Mark Prendergast, the band released an eponymous EP in 2012, with plans to unleash a full-length outing the following year. At the end of 2012, the band was shortlisted for the BBC's Sound of 2013, but was beat to the top spot by Haim. Kodaline released their debut album, In a Perfect World, in June 2013, which was preceded by the singles High Hopes and Love Like This. The album was a major success in Ireland, going platinum twice, and it also did well in Britain (it peaked at three and went gold) as well as portions of Europe. Kodaline's second album, Coming Up for Air, followed in early 2015. The album peaked at number four on the U.K. charts and spawned the singles "The One" and "Honest." In the summer of 2017, the band returned with the single "Brother" and the I Wouldn't Be EP. The next year, they issued the single "Follow Your Fire." ~ James Christopher Monger

Dublin, Ireland




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