Thursday, 4 October 2018

Westlife announce huge stadium tour SIX YEARS after split (Video)

Westlife announce huge stadium tour SIX YEARS after split

Westlife have affirmed their eagerly awaited gathering and colossal stadium visit, six years after their split.

In an energetic video, establishing individuals Shane Filan, Kian Egan, Nicky Byrne, and Mark Feehily are seen going into a room where they welcome each other affectionately.

At Shane's provoking, the Flying Without Wings hitmakers say 'Hello there, we're Westlife' as Nicky holds up.

The nonattendance of unique part Brian McFadden, 38, who left the band in 2004, affirmed he won't be a piece of the get-together.

Video of the boyband announcing their reunion below...

The Swear It Again artists have marked another record manage Universal Records, recorded another collection and will leave on a mammoth stadium and field visit in 2019.

Addressing The Sun, Shane, 39, stated: 'We genuinely missed each other and missed the buzz of performing on stage together to all our fans.

'We still have a lot that we want to achieve as a band and we want to bring our new music to fans all over the world.'

Nicky, 39, added: 'While we were away, we realized what Westlife really meant to the fans — and to us.'

While Mark, 38, said that reuniting in the studio to record new material felt 'right' after many years apart.

This comes amid claims Ed Sheeran has penned the band's comeback single.

Westlife announce huge stadium tour SIX YEARS after split

The Sun reports: 'Westlife have really been pulling out all the stops for their big comeback and were desperate to get Ed on board.

'It took quite some time to pull together and has been done totally behind closed doors, but he has finally given them the right record to make it happen.

'Having Ed involved is a huge coup. They think he will give them a contemporary edge for their reunion. They have already recorded the song and are delighted with the results. They're just pulling together the final promo details including a video before they unveil it. It's going to be huge.'

Louis Walsh teased the band's comeback last year

'A Westlife reunion is definitely going to happen - but I have no idea when,' the music manager said at the time.

He added: 'I'm still really good friends with all of the lads. I think the reunion will be great, but it's up to them to decide when they will do it.'

The group was propelled into the limelight in 1998 but the boy band disbanded in 2012, with their 20th anniversary being celebrated this year.

Westlife announce huge stadium tour SIX YEARS after split

Westlife was one of the UK's greatest boybands, first breaking onto the scene in 1999 with Swear It Again, prompting 13 UK Number One singles and ten Top Ten UK collections.

Fans were distressed when the gathering chose to part in 2011, leaving on a goodbye visit to praise their 14 years in the music business.

The gathering turned into a foursome, made up of Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Shane Filan, in 2004 after the takeoff of Brian McFadden.

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