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Single Review: The Corrs – ‘Bring On The Night’

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After a decade away from the glimmering pop spotlight, nineties sibling pop quartet The Corrs have returned to grace us with new music.

White Light, the bands brand new and first original studio release since 2004’s Borrowed Heaven (and their first release since 2005’s Irish-themed covers collection, Home) is set to land on 27th November and is already one of the most anticipated end of year titles – if not 2015 releases – partly owed to the recent offer of its spectacular lead single, Bring On The Night.

The Corrs White LightBring On The Night is a track that pulls The Corrs right back into the mainstream pop fold with almost no effort at all. It’s a flowing hit that finds its footing very easily with that familiar organic and raw style that the band found success through delivering during the nineties and early noughties. Containing brief elements of the bands early, heavily Irish influenced releases like Runaway and Forgiven Not Forgotten, Bring On the Night also plays around with the more modernised pop style that the band delivered to us through hits like Breathless and Irresistible with brief yet beautiful violin interjections from classical Corr, Sharon who supplies the track with that sweet Irish twist.

Jim and Caroline deliver driving melodies on guitar and drums respectively but Andrea is the shining light on this new single – as she has been throughout the bands long career; delivering a stellar sensual vocal full of charm and the same innocent and dreamy tones that have made some of the bands many singles so likeable and timeless over the last 20 years.

It certainly has been a long time waiting for The Corrs to return to the world stage but life seems just that extra bit brighter these days with the Irish icons back on track and ready to take on the world of pop music a second time round with a hit that is sure to join fellow Corrs staples as yet another instant classic for the hit-making siblings.