Popular Irish band famed for tracks such as Swear It Again, My Love, and You Raise Me Up are back with a ballad, Hello My Love.
The song which was released in January this year has so far received more than 13 million views on YouTube and is a confirmation that the boy band is back to the amazement of their fans.
Co-written by Ed Sheeran, the song has a fresh, upbeat feel to it, something that their fans weren’t expecting. Egan responded to this by saying, “everyone was probably expecting the big ballad. That’s what we were famous for doing, but that’s one of the main reasons it’s good, because it shocked people a little bit.”
The chart topping boy band broke up eight years ago and this is the first music video they have done together after the reunion. Brian McFadden who left the band in 2004 is not part of the reunion.
The group is excited to be back, promising their fans that it’s going to be better than before. They will be touring UK and Ireland as a celebration of the 20th anniversary.
“We call this Westlife 2.0 because we want everything that we do to be better than the last time,” Egan said in an interview.
Die hard fans just couldn’t keep calm with this news.
The world is a better place now that Westlife is back #HelloMyLove 🧡💛💚💙💜
— 🌸Wowie🌸🇵🇭 (@heyywhateva) January 17, 2019
— Charis (@christou1990) March 11, 2019