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Kodaline
   
Number of songs: 9 | Total weeks on charts: 117
Appearing in a total number of: 32 charts | Total period running: 1625 days
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Biography

Kodaline are an Irish band. Originally known as 21 Demands, in 2012 the band changed their name to Kodaline.
Steve Garrigan and Mark Prendergast grew up in Swords, Dublin, and have known each other since childhood. They both attended secondary school at Colaiste Choilm in Swords, where they would take part in many battles of the bands. They began to share a love for music and at that stage Vinny May, who also lived in Swords, joined the group. The group was not fully complete until January 2012, when their friend, bass player Jason Boland, from Celbridge, County Kildare, was recruited.

As 21 Demands, the band first came to attention in November 2006, when they participated in the fifth series of RTÉ talent show You're a Star; finishing as the series' runners-up. On 3 March 2007, 21 Demands released their own single called "Give Me a Minute" through digital7 downloads on the RTÉ website. They made chart history when the single topped the Irish Singles Chart, becoming the first independently released track to achieve this feat. 21 Demands also wrote "One of Those Days", which they played on the Irish YouTube channel Balcony TV.

The quartet released their debut extended play—The Kodaline EP—on Friday 7 September 2012, produced by Philip Magee. "All I Want" was selected as BBC Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton's Record of the Week, featured in the season 9 episode of Grey's Anatomy, "Remember the Time", and was used in the background music for Google's 2012: Year in Review video. On 9 December 2012, the BBC announced that Kodaline had been nominated for the Sound of 2013 poll. On 17 June 2013, Kodaline released their first studio album, In a Perfect World.

In a Perfect World includes the singles "High Hopes", "All I Want", "Love Like This", and "Pray", as well as seven new songs. The iTunes deluxe edition of the album contains "The Answer", "Perfect World", "Lose Your Mind", and "Latch", with music videos for "All I Want" and "High Hopes". The CD deluxe edition, instead, contains a CD of live performances of "All I Want", "High Hopes", "Love Like This", "Pray", "All Comes Down", and "The Answer" at The Button Factory in Dublin. Their song "All I Want" was featured on the MTV show Catfish: The TV Show. "All I Want" was also in Season 5, episode 10 of The Vampire Diaries. "Perfect World" is currently used as the theme tune for the hit Channel 4 show Gogglebox.

In April 2014, Kodaline released a cover version of Paul McCartney's 1980 single "Coming Up" in celebration of Record Store Day.

In April 2014, the song "All I Want" was released as part of the soundtrack for The Fault in Our Stars, as well as used in the film. In July 2014, the songs "Pray" and "High Hopes" were featured in trailers for the films Horns and Love, Rosie, respectively.
The song "All I Want" was used in TCM Remembers, Turner Classic Movies' annual remembrance of film industry contributors who died in 2014.

In December 2014, the band announced their second LP Coming Up for Air, and released a song called "Honest" on YouTube. A few days later they also published the song "Unclear".

Following its release on 9 February 2015, the album entered the UK Albums Chart at number 4. "The One" and "Honest" both reached Top 40 in the UK Singles Chart.
Lead singer Steve Garrigan appeared on episode 18 of The Midnight Hour.

The lead single "Brother" was released on the 23rd of June 2017. Steve once again appeared on The Midnight Hour alongside Eldeniro90 where he premiered new music. The group also released a single, 'Follow Your Fire', on 23rd March, 2018. 

Discography: 
In a Perfect World (2013) 
Coming Up for Air (2015)

Band members: 
Steve Garrigan - lead vocals, rhythm guitar, mandolin, harmonica, keyboards (born 23 August 1988) 
Mark Prendergast - lead guitar, backing vocals, keyboards (born 16 January 1989) 
Vinny May - drums, percussion, backing vocals (born 11 February 1990) 
Jason Boland - bass guitar, backing vocals (born 31 August 1987)
Sources: Last.fm, Wikipedia


Kodaline in the news
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UK Trio Sykes Premiere "Younger Mind" Single 'Younger Mind' EP Out Digitally July 15, Physical Copies Available At Band's Vans Warped Tour Dates All Summer (27/06/2016) Walt Disney Records Set To Release "The Finest Hours" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Features Score By Oscar-Nominated Composer Carter Burwell (29/01/2016)
Epic Indie From Abel Raise The Cain (22/06/2015) Collabro Releases New Album 'Act Two' (16/06/2015)
Fresh New Duo Dalimore Aiming 'Higher' With New Single (23/04/2015) Renaissance Hotels' Signature Global Music Experience Kicks-Off Its Sixth Year (10/04/2015)
Birds Of Tokyo Surprises Fans With The U.S. Release Of New Album 'March Fires' (30/09/2014) Birds Of Tokyo: Returning To The States For Tour With Kodaline Starting October 2 In Houston, TX (22/08/2014)
Yahoo And Live Nation Entertainment Announce Initial Artist Lineup For The Live Nation Channel On Yahoo Screen, Featuring Dave Matthews Band, Justin Timberlake And Usher (11/07/2014) "The Fault In Our Stars - Music From The Motion Picture" Makes Top 10 Debut On Billboard 200! (28/05/2014)
Birds Of Tokyo Crack Top Ten At AAA Radio And Confirm Fall Tour With Kodaline (19/05/2014) Atlantic Records And 20th Century Fox To Celebrate "The Fault In Our Stars"; Slated For Wednesday, May 14th At 9pm ET/6pm PT (12/05/2014)
Atlantic Records To Release "The Fault In Our Stars - Music From The Motion Picture" On May 19, 2014 (18/04/2014)
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