Something in Your Bones

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"Something in Your Bones"
Song by Nadine Coyle
from the EP Nadine
Released22 March 2018 (2018-03-22)
FormatDigital download
LabelVirgin EMI
  • Jolan Gidney-Craigen
  • Brian Higgins
  • Keir MacCulloch
  • Kyle Mackenzie
  • Ben Taylor
  • Sarah Thompson
Producer(s)Xenomania, COMMANDS

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"Something in Your Bones" is a song by Irish recording artist Nadine Coyle. The song, the fourth and final track from Nadine EP. The song, along with the EP,[1] were released as a digital download on 23 March 2018 by Virgin EMI Records.

Background and release[edit]

All the songs are very distinctive. They don't sound like each other, really. At the minute we're working with a collection of four singles, and [...] if the next one [Something in Your Bones] is what we think it's going to be, it's just a massive, massive song. Literally, you'll feel like you're getting attacked through the speakers. It's massive, in your face, so powerful.

—Coyle on the distinct sound of the song.[2]

After announcing that Coyle had signed a recording deal with Virgin EMI Records in July 2017,[3] Coyle released her new single, "Go to Work", on 8 September 2017.

"Girls on Fire" was released [4] as the first song from her new upcoming four-track EP, on 8 February 2018, "Gossip" on 23 February 2018, "September Song" on 9 March 2018, and finally "Something in Your Bones" on 22 March 2018.


  1. Coyle, Nadine. "I couldn't wait for you guys to hear it!! My EP is out at midnight tonight wherever you are in the world 🎉🎉🎉".
  2. "1883 Magazine".
  3. Anderton, Joe (24 July 2017). "Nadine Coyle has a new record deal and album on the way". Digital Spy. United Kingdom: Hearst Corporation. Retrieved 24 July 2017.
  4. "Nadine's new single Girls On Fire - First listen review".

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