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Corrs In ‘Heaven’ On New Album
Irish pop act the Coors will return next month with its fourth album, “Borrowed Heaven.” The set will arrive May 25 in North America via Atlantic and a day earlier internationally. First single “Summer Sunshine” can be streamed from the group’s official Web site.
The set is the follow-up to 2000’s “In Blue,” which peaked at No. 21 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 1.1 million units in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The Irish band came off the road in 2001 after six years of almost continual touring and recording. “We needed to get our lives back,” lead singer Andrea Corr admits. After a break, the family quartet spent 18 months writing and recording “Borrowed Heaven” in Dublin and Los Angeles.
“It’s our strongest songwriting to date,” Sharon Corr says. “We had more time, and all four of us contributed.” The album features the song “Time Enough for Tears,” co-written by U2 frontman Bono and Gavin Friday. Andrea Corr previously sung the track in the 2003 film “In America.” It was produced by Olle Romo, who has previously worked with Pulp, Shania Twain and Backstreet Boys
The Corrs have European tour dates on tap beginning June 19 in Bonn, Germany, through July 21 in Mallorca, Spain. The group’s first-ever North American tour is in the planning stages for August and September.
Here is the “Borrowed Heaven” track list:
“Summer Sunshine”
“Long Night”
“Time Enough for Tears”
“Even If”
“Borrowed Heaven”
“Baby Be Brave”
“Silver Strand”