The Coronas

Release the first single ‘Write Our Own Soundtrack’

from their 7th studio album due 2022.

Beloved Dublin band The Coronas are back with a brand-new single, “Write Our Own Soundtrack”. “It was written in the first lockdown,” explains lead singer Danny O’Reilly. “It’s about how a new relationship can give hope and positivity, even if the world is falling apart around you. When everything is suddenly upside down, love and relationships are given a new perspective and traditional ways of getting to know someone are thrown out the window.”

Like everyone in the events industry, The Coronas have had to overcome several hurdles over the past 18 months. After the disappointment of being forced to cancel a six-month world tour and delaying an album release, the band also had to come to terms with the fact that they may have the most unfortunate band name in the world right now.

However, when the album was released last summer, thankfully their moniker didn’t seem to bother anyone! True Love Waits topped the charts, outselling Fontaines DC and Taylor Swift on its way to number one, becoming the fastest selling Irish album of 2020.

Now the band are back with “Write Our Own Soundtrack” and an extensive Irish tour, which takes in seventeen dates around the country. Aptly called the True Love Waited Tour, the band are set to finally play songs from the album live to their ever-growing fanbase. “True Love Waits was written to be played live,” explains O’Reilly. “We’re ridiculously excited to be on the road again and play these songs to full capacity rooms around the country. It’s gonna be emotional.”

Tickets to The Coronas’ famous Christmas Olympia shows on the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th December sold out in minutes. Disappointed fans who didn’t get tickets won’t have to wait too long, as the band have just announced a huge Dublin show at the Summer Series at Trinity College, on the 1st of July next year.

This will hopefully coincide with the release of a new album, the band’s seventh. “Write Our Own Soundtrack” is the first taste from this and it’s bound to whet eager appetites.

Thurs 02 DEC               Big Top, Limerick, SOLDOUT
Fri 03 DEC                    Big Top, Limerick, SOLDOUT
Mon 06 DEC                Opera House, Cork, SOLDOUT
Tue 07 Dec                  Opera House, Cork, TICKETS 

Thurs 09 DEC               Ulster Hall, Belfast SOLDOUT
Thurs 16 DEC               3Olympia, Dublin, SOLDOUT

Fri 17 DEC                    3 Olympia, Dublin, SOLDOUT
Sat 18 DEC                   3 Olympia, Dublin SOLDOUT
Sun 19 DEC                  3 Olympia, Dublin SOLDOUT
Mon 27 DEC                Royal Theatre, Castlebar, TICKETS 
Tue 28 DEC                  INEC Arena, Killarney, TICKETS       

Fri 1 July, 2022      Trinity Summer Series, Dublin