After more than 3 years, Boyzone frontman Ronan Keating, is finally getting ready to release new music.

Now signed to Decca Records, “Let Me Love You” is the first single lifted from Keating’s 10th studio album titled “Time Of My Life”. His previous album “Fires”, which was released in 2012, peaked at #5 in the UK.



Shot on the misty banks of London’s River Thames, the music videos sees Keating performing on an acoustic guitar with his band members. Slowly, the people passing by start to be drawn by the music – or maybe they realised that it was Ronan-freaking- Keating!

It doesn’t take long for the excited crowd to sing along while grabbing the opportunity for a selfie with the 38-year-old singer. Some generous folks were also seen chucking a few pence into his guitar case (which was later donated to the Cancer Research UK).

Speaking about the music video, Keating says, “This video is a reflection of the album itself – organic, honest and stripped of the bells and whistles sometimes found in my previous work. I guess in some ways it mirrors where I am in my life and the way I now live it: optimistic, happy and without pretence.

He adds, “I have nothing to hide and everything to share, so I hope people can really relate to the songs and feel their own stories in the lyrics in the same way that other songs have done for me throughout the years.

His upcoming album was inspired by his new wife, Australian model and TV presenter, Storm Uechtritz. The couple tied the knot in Scotland last August.

Thanks to his new found happiness, Keating says, “I‘m at this place in my life, I feel very secure. It’s all optimism and hope – it’s because of this woman. I feel very lucky.

“Time Of My Life” is set to be released on 12th February 2016.


Sources: Express, Digital Spy, Entertainment Focus.

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