Corrina Jaye’s New Single ‘Could You Be Mine’ Is Sultry And Smooth

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Independent Irish singer songwriter Corrina Jaye released her debut EP, ‘Light Will Come’, in August 2013. Her debut single, ‘Dark Room’, received thousands of views and many blog shares, with Cian Walsh from Goldenplec stating,

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

Similarly, The Irish Daily Star’s Dwayne Woods said of Corrina that she was,

“destined for the big time”.

She followed up the release with two sold out shows at Dublin’s famous Whelan’s upstairs, and a tour which took Corrina and her band from Waterford, to Galway, and back again to Dublin.

After remixing ‘Dark Room’ in June 2014, Corrina released her second single, ‘Gold’, which U&I Magazine described as being, “Excellent and magic”. Since that time she has been honing her craft, which includes working hard with many talented musicians, including Swedish electronic music producer, Patrik Svensson (aka PaSv), London based producer, Tom McFall (whose credits include Walking On Cars, REM, and Snow Patrol), and Eoghan Tyrrell, best known for Juliet’s Rescue, and Sports.

Corrina’s music draws comparisons to Florence and the Machine, Lana del Rey, and Jessie Ware, due to her sultry sensual vocal style.

‘Could You Be Mine’ is the first single from her second EP, and was co-written by Corrina and Patrik Svensson. You can download ‘Could You Be Mine’ now from iTunes.

Corrina Jaye - Could You Be Mine?

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