See: Kodaline release new video for ‘Saving grace’



Kodaline are back with a new album ‘One day at a time’, out on June 12th. From it they’ve released a new video for the first glimpse of the record – a single called “Saving Grace’.

The track is typically epic sounding thing, ebbing and flowing through verse and (singalong) chorus, which in turn switches effortlessly between melancholy and euphoria. The boys have always known how to snare you in with big melodies and emotive vocals, and they’ve damn well done it again.

Of the track, the band commented, “‘Saving Grace’ is a song about that special person in your life that is there for you no matter what. It’s a song that means a lot to all of us, as we all rely on people in our personal lives to be there and support us though the high and lows of our career.”

The accompanying video came about when the band asked fans to send footage of them having fun whilst staying safe at home. 500 entries from 64 countries later, longtime collaborator Stevie Russell and the band stitched it altogether into something rather beautiful and uplifting. Get yourself a box of tissues and check it out, here

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