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Kodaline's Vinny May opens up about his wedding plans: 'I love organising a party'

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Newly engaged musician Vinny May has revealed he won’t be leaving all the wedding planning to his future wife.

The Kodaline star has had an intense year with the band’s international success and now the drummer has his mind set on tying the knot.

Opening up about his upcoming nuptials, Vinny insisted he’s giving his bride-to-be a hand:

“I’m lending a hand wherever I can! I love organising parties. For my 18th and 21st I organised big parties so I’m treating it as organising a big party” he said.

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It’s been a huge year personally for Vinny but also for the North County Dublin band who rang in the New Year performing for thousands at College Green.

Talking about 2014, the music star admitted to U Magazine that his highlight of the year was spending studio time with One Direction’s Harry Styles.

“He was a very normal down-to-earth guy,” he revealed.

“We had an evening off and so did he, so we went to the studio to hang out, somewhere quiet we could all be together and we ended up writing a song.”

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Vinny who has been busy travelling the world with Kodaline has reassured Irish fans that they will be returning to tour home soil this year.

“We got a bit of stick for not having an Irish tour date on the poster but we’ve got some special things planned for Ireland over the summer.”

“We can’t say anything just yet but there’ll be something happening soon in Ireland” he revealed.

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Still trying to figure out the fame game, down-to-earth Vinny admitted he doesn’t see himself or the band as celebrities saying “We’re like four lads who play music and are chancing our arm.

“We’re more than happy to talk to anyone that wants to listen to our sh**te! I’m still getting used to it in the supermarket when the checkout lady says your name” he added.