The Coronas

Renowned as one of the best live acts in Ireland, The Coronas are offering an early taste from their forthcoming eighth studio album with the release today (30) of the project’s first single, entitled “Speak Up.” The band has been recording with producer George Murphy (The Specials, Ellie Goulding, Mumford and Sons) at Eastcote Studios in London, where they have recorded previously, with the new album now planned f


While live concert touring is on hold indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic, THE CORONAS, Ireland’s hardest-working band, are still hitting the road. Well, sort of....


After a year that included headlining their own traveling festival all over Ireland, playing a series of sold-out holiday concerts at various venues in their hometown, slipping in a quick SRO engagement at the Mercury Lounge in New York City and releasing their first live album, The Coronas this week have rolled out a new single called “Haunted” as a prelude to their first album in three years. The single is now available via digital outlets worldwide through the band’s SoFarSoGood Records imprint distributed by Blix Street Records.<


Ireland’s hard-working band, The Coronas, who are closing out a series of sold out holiday concerts all over Ireland, are finishing off an action-packed year with the release of an album of stellar live concert performances entitled LIVE AT THE OLYMPIA, available today (27).   A live version of “Heroes or Ghosts,” the title track of the band’s very first album released in 2007, was the first track released from the new collection.


For The Coronas, arguably Ireland’s hardest working band, the road has been home since they first arrived on the music scene more than 10 years ago. During the last two years, they’ve toured North America three times and visited the UK, Australia and Europe in addition to playing all over their homeland in support of their most recent album Trust the Wire and last summer’s EP release, Reprise. Bringing their music to new audiences in far-off places now serves as inspiration for the development of what will ult


Recently called "Ireland's best-kept secret" by the Irish Examiner newspaper, The Coronas are set to return to North America for their biggest series of shows yet. Having completed two tours within the last year that included a dozen sold out shows in support of their latest album, TRUST THE WIRE, their newest series of concerts will kick off this Sunday, August 5 at Chicago's Grant Park when they make their debut appearance at the eclectic Lollapalooza Festival.

One of Ireland's best loved and hardest working bands, The Coronas are set to return to North America for their biggest series of shows ever. Having completed two tours that included 11 sold out shows in support of their fifth and latest album, TRUST THE WIRE, the upcoming series of shows will include larger venues along with several high profile music festivals.

One of Dublin, Ireland's most popular bands, The Coronas, made their long-awaited return to North America with a stop in Portland, Oregon earlier this month. The multi-platinum-selling band have been touring in support of their fifth album, Trust The Wire, which became The Coronas' first-ever #1 album topping the Irish music charts last June.

This past Sunday, Ireland’s multi-platinum-selling band The Coronas stopped by the Bowery Ballroom in New York City to play their largest show to-date in the United States. The show was a part of the band’s North America tour for Trust the Wire, their fifth album since they released their first album in 2007. Almost immediately upon its release in June of 2017, Trust the Wire topped the Irish music charts, becoming the band’s first #1 album.

One of Ireland's most popular exports, The Coronas, will return to North America for a run of shows beginning February 8 in Montreal. The multi-platinum-selling Irish band, whose North American shows in November were largely sold out, are on the road in support of their fifth album, TRUST THE WIRE, which became The Coronas' first-ever #1 album when it topped the Irish music charts in its first week of release in June.

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