After sensationally splitting over a decade ago, legendary Irish band The Corrs are expected to make a big comeback.
The sibling supergroup – made up of Sharon, Andrea, Caroline and Jim – parted ways in 2006 after 15 years together, but it’s been reported that the foursome are back making music together again.
According to The Sun, the band, who became a multi-platinum worldwide sensation in the 1990s with smash hits including ‘Runaway’, ‘Breathless’ and ‘So Young’, are currently working on a new album in London.
“Andrea came up with such a fantastic song last year,” a source told the newspaper.
“When she played it to friends, they told her she would be crazy to give it away to another artist.
“Jim has been enjoying a creative burst and has come up with some classic pop hooks and guitar riffs that simply belong on the radio.
“And Sharon, who penned monster Corrs hits So Young and Radio, has never stopped writing or touring as a solo artist, and has been stockpiling songs for this moment,” the insider added.
Back in 2009, Jim teased that he was “95%” sure that the band would reunite at some point, commenting: “I’m sure that some time in the future, when the time is right, The Corrs will get back together”
The news of their comeback comes after the death of their father, Gerry, earlier this month.
In their heyday, The Corrs sold 45m records and toured the globe, and were widely regarded as the biggest Irish band after U2.
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