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Kodaline Unveil Video For Shed A Tear

Monday, 09 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Kodaline have posted a video for Shed A Tear.

The track will feature on 'Politics Of Living', the follow up to 2015's 'Coming Up for Air', which is due out on August 10.

Discussing the video, bassist Jason Boland said:

"We've always been incredibly lucky to work with some of the best Actors and Directors in Ireland when it comes to our Music Videos and this time is no exception. James [Fitzgerald-director] and the lead Actor Ryan have done some amazing work recently and when we read James's treatment for Shed A Tear he was clearly the guy to go with. He's produced a world class video for us and we look forward to working with him and his crew again in the future."

The band will play four free shows this week, with tickets available to those who pre-ordered the album. They will call at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen in London on July 10, Academy 3 Birmingham the following day, Manchester's Deaf Institute on July 12 and Edinburgh Caves on July 13.

The Dublin-based quartet will also perform at Custom House Square in Belfast on August 23 as part of a wider European tour.

Kodaline Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu August 23 2018 - BELFAST Custom House Square Belfast

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