Their debut album ‘In A Perfect World’ has sold over one million copies worldwide, their Vevo videos have been viewed over 200 million times, they sell out venues all over the world and, earlier this week, our good pals Kodaline took to the streets of London to busk in aid of CALM.
They’re a busy bunch, are Kodaline. They only recently released an ace new single called ‘Brother‘, but the lads found time in their schedule to pitch up with us at Tottenham Court Road station, before moving on down to Covent Garden. Along the way they graced fans and passers by with some stripped back versions of the hits.
Busk no.1 Tottenham Court Road tube station pic.twitter.com/CDFWRVegvx
— Kodaline (@Kodaline) August 22, 2017
Channel 5 News came along to catch a glimpse of the boys doing their thing at Covent Garden, with the band later talking to the broadcaster on Facebook Live about mental health stigma and support (watch back here).
— 5News (@5_News) August 23, 2017
Kodaline frontman Steve Garrigan said: “We’re happy to announce we’re supporting CALM. Depression is a silent killer, half the battle is getting people talking, it’s ok not to feel ok and it’s absolutely ok to ask for help.”
Be sure to pick up a ticket to Kodaline’s Brixton Academy gig later this year.
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