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Wednesday 17 October 2018

Borrowed Heaven set to bring Summer Sunshine for the Corrs

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Made over an 18-month period, Borrowed Heaven was recorded in Dublin and Los Angeles and produced by Olle Romo, who has previously worked with Melanie C and Kelly Clarkson.Eleven of the album's twelve tracks were written by the band, the twelfth, Time Enough for Tears, also featured on the In America soundtrack and was written by Bono and

Dundalk superstars, The Corrs have announced full details of their new album, “Borrowed Heaven” , due out on 21st May.

Made over an 18-month period, “Borrowed Heaven” was recorded in Dublin and Los Angeles and produced by Olle Romo, who has previously worked with Melanie C and Kelly Clarkson.

Eleven of the album's twelve tracks were written by the band, the twelfth, “Time Enough for Tears”, also featured on the “In America” soundtrack and was written by Bono and Gavin Friday.

The album's title track features Ladysmith Black Mambazo, who were on the bill with The Corrs at the 46664 concert in South Africa last November.

“Borrowed Heaven” is preceded by the Andrea Corr-written single “Summer Sunshine” on 14th May.

This is The Corrs first studio album since “In Blue” which was released in 2000. Their debut album “Forgiven Not Forgotten” was released in 1995, followed by “Talk On Corners” two years later.



The band will play dates in Belfast, Killarney and Dublin in June as part of their European tour. They will play dates in Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, UK, Belguim, Spain and Portugal before heading to the United States for ten concerts in August.







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