Kodaline: We don't care if working with Harry Styles isn't cool
Published 20/07/2014 | 17:27
KODALINE have opened up about their songwriting session with Harry Styles, saying it doesn't bother them if people think it's not cool.
The One Direction superstar (20) teamed up with the Dublin band to pen an 'unrequited love song' in March.
Kodaline frontman Steve Garrigan (25) told SugarScape "it doesn't bother me if people think it's not cool".
"I write all the time, that's what we do. I'll write with anybody really, it doesn't bother me".
"As long as I get to write because I love it. It doesn't bother me," he said.
It was reported that they wrote an 'unrequited love song' however Steve said the idea wasn't initially planned.
"When you're in the studio you never really know what's going to happen, especially when you're writing a song from scratch."
"Whatever comes out comes out, you never know which direction it's going to go - that's the exciting thing about song writing," he said.
Kodaline aren't the only band that Harry has been collaborating with recently.
He has penned a song for Ariana Grande (21) called 'A Little Bit of My Heart'.
New reports also claim he has been working with Ryan Tedder (35) of One Republic.
This has reignited rumours that Harry Styles could be leaving One Direction to start a solo career.