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Kodaline Perform the Perfect Pop Mashup


By Bill O'Sullivan
28th Jan 2015
Kodaline Perform the Perfect Pop Mashup

kodaline poster of band

The Kodaline PR machine is gearing up again as the release of their sophomore album Coming Up For Air on February 9th’draws ever closer. They currently appear on the cover of both GoldenPlec and Hotpress magazines and yesterday they were guests on Fearne Cotton’s Live Lounge on Radio One. Cotton’s show is renowned for its segment in which the guest acts of the day are asked to perform a cover of another contemporary artist’s song.

Kodaline decided to go that one step further. The foursome, formerly knows as 21 Demands, covered man of the moment Ed Sheeran’s Sing.?Not only that, they also managed to cleverly intertwine some snippets from their own current single Coming Up For Air as well as Taylor Swift’s Shake It Off and Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars’ chart-topping Uptown Funk. Check it out below! It’s fantastic.

@NiallMacSuain