Irish singers Glenn & Ronan instantly made waves when their Adele medley went viral in March of this year, and now the talented duo have taken inspiration from the Hello hitmaker with their new songs.

Their Adele medley caught the attention of the singer herself, who invited them onstage to perform with her at the 3Arena in Dublin. The subsequent media furore led the Irish singers to be invited over to the United States to appear on one of the country's biggest chat shows.

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"Literally in the space of a week and a half we went from posting the video on Thursday, we went to the [Adele] concert on the Saturday and the following Sunday we flew to LA to be on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, it was absolutely nuts", Glenn told RTÉ Entertainment:

"Over the space of four months we were then touring around American with this show called Celtic Woman, we were part of the show. We got to do the Adele medley every night for thousands of Americans!"

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It's been a whirlwind six months for the pair, with Ronan admitting: "still to this day we're still going 'Did that happen?"'

Their Adele medley has now been viewed over 25 million times. Not bad for something that took just two takes and less than an hour to record.

Glenn told us: "The third time we ever sang that medley in one go was on stage with Adele. No pressure!"

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The only reason they ended up recording the video was because they had delays with their Visa applications for the States, so they decided to pass some time while thy were stuck in Dublin.

"It's funny, at the time we were so raging that we were stuck here because we wanted to get going!", Glenn said. "But now we're very thankful it obviously led to some really amazing experiences."

Adele invited Glenn & Ronan to perform with her in Dublin's 3Arena 

The singers met while they were studying in UCD and were members of the same choir, but they never imagined they would be pursuing a professional career in music.

"It was never the intention of it being a career, it was always a YouTube video here and there for fun", Glenn said, with Ronan adding: "It was a happy accident!"

They are very thankful for the twist of fate which led to Adele inviting them on stage with her, which Ronan admits "kickstarted" everything for them.

"She didn't need to do that", Glenn said. "She did that out of the kindness of her own heart which I think speaks volumes about who she is and how much she cares about her fans."

They have just released their debut single Come Home, which Ronan says is very fitting for them as they have returned to Ireland from the States, ready to start off "this Glenn & Ronan journey".

In addition to a new single, the talented duo are also in the middle of writing new material for their debut album, which they hope to release and tour next year. 

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Glenn admits that they're taking "huge inspiration from Adele" for their new music, which they admire for its lyrical honestly and universal themes.

"I don't think there's anyone on earth that can't relate to at least one of her songs", Glenn said. 

Glenn & Ronan's debut single Come Home is available to download now.