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    Jedward Debut Ferocious Song

    Jedward are Ferocious1

    The dynamic duo from Dublin have certainly hit on a winner with self-penned song Ferocious, which they sang live for the first time on last night’s “The Saturday Night Show”, on Irish national broadcaster RTE.



    The pair stunned the audience when they ran onto the stage in contrasting leather coats and John (burgundy coat) started singing:

    I spotted your true colours
    I saw through the disguise
    I figure you’re a user
    You’re only full of lies

    Powerful words, with the song becoming even more powerful when Edward took up his first verse:

    I’ve been through struggles
    dodging knives thrown at me
    Some people in the world
    Don’t wan’t you to succeed

    One can only guess at who or what they’re singing about here:

    Now with pride
    I’m standing like a lion
    not caring what you say
    Crawl away now you poison spider
    don’t ever stand in my way

    Ferocious is right! The new single is available to download now on iTunes, Amazon, HMV and 7Digital, with a release date of this coming Friday. John and Edward are having a brief tour of their native Ireland next weekend, to promote the new song. Very limited tickets are still available for the concerts in Dublin, Drogheda and Castlebar. Addiitionally the twins will be opening the new HMV store in Castlebar with a CD signing on Saturday.

    Watch their performance (video courtesy of RTE):

    Story by Lisa Hafey

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