Corrina Jaye Asks ‘What Do You Want?’ And We Say More Please

Produced by Tom McFall, best known for his work with Snow Patrol, Walking On Cars, and REM, Irish singer songwriter Corrina Jaye’s track, ‘What Do You Want?’ has seen national airplay across her home country, as well as selection as the soundtrack for the 2016 Irish Film Festival London Trailer. 

Corrina’s debut EP, ‘Light Will Come’, was released in August 2013, with her debut single, ‘Dark Room’, garnering her many thousands of views and high praise from many music blogs. Cian Walsh, from Irish music magazine, GoldenPlec, said,

“Launching her solo career in style…it’s just a matter of time until she cracks the mainstream”

Dwayne Woods from the Irish Daily Star newspaper stated that she’s “destined for the big time”. Such accolades led Corrina to two sell out gigs at the world famous Whelan’s venue in Dublin, as well as a tour which took Corrina and her band from Waterford to Galway, and back to Dublin again.

With her music eliciting comparisons as broad as Florence and the Machine, Lana Del Rey, and Jessie Ware, ‘What Do You Want’ is the second single from Corrina Jaye’s second EP, ‘Could You Be Mine?’ and is available to download from iTunes.

You can find Corrina Jaye online on Facebook, Soundcloud, and Twitter.

 

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