Kodaline have recorded their hit single Follow Your Fire as Gaeilge for CEOL 2018 as part of an initiative encourage young Irish musicians to record tracks in the Irish language.
Translated into Ag Fadú d’Aidhme, the Irish track is the second tune to be released for CEOL 2018, and was given it’s first play on 2FM's The Eoghan McDermott Show.
McDermott said he is "so proud and grateful" to have the Irish rockers encouraging more people to become interested in the Irish language.
'I'm so proud and grateful to the lads in Kodaline for taking part in CEOL 2018 with Follow Your Fire as Gaeilge."
"It's an excellent recording. There is a massive interest in the Irish language throughout the world and I believe our album CEOL 2018 will be a huge encouragement to all, especially during Bliain na Gaeilge 2018.
"Keep listening to the show to hear more fantastic tracks from the album over the coming weeks".
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CEOL 2018 is an annual project run by 2FM, Conradh na Gaeilge & Raidió Rí-Rá in which they ask musicians & artists record their songs as Gaeilge.
This year for Bliain na Gaeilge they have set themselves the challenge to deliver a CEOL CD to every secondary school student in the country.
HERE IT IS! The new single from #CEOL2018.... @Kodaline with "Follow Your Fire" as Gaeilge.. It's amazing, so much love! Full video and tix to Cork gig on the link below. SHARE FAR AND WIDE!xx https://t.co/BFjGm5e5al pic.twitter.com/ofqEauxKhs— Eoghan McDermott (@eoghanmcdermo) June 1, 2018