Westlife have released their first single in eight years and fans can't seem to get enough of the band's new track.
The eagerly-awaited song, Hello My Love, dropped today on 2FM's Breakfast Republic after members of the band teased it on social media earlier this week.
The catchy track, which was penned and produced by Ed Sheeran and Steve Mac, will be performed live on The Graham Norton Show this Friday.
Fans have taken to Twitter in their droves to congratulate Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Shane Filan on their comeback single. Even Brian McFadden, who left Westlife in 2004, congratulated his former bandmates:
Love it! Great song great production. The boys are back! https://t.co/jbgsRV7FNv— Brian Mcfadden (@BrianMcFadden) January 10, 2019
Still impressed by your voices after all these years listening to your musics— Ashley, PuiSan Ip (@PuiSanIp) January 10, 2019
It’s great to hear you all singing together again. Roll on the tour xx— Louise (@MissLouFR) January 10, 2019
You lads are AMAZING!!! i love love love it!!! This gunna sound epic in Croke being sung back by 85,000 fans...is it july yet 😂😂— Filan_addict (@linzileadbetter) January 10, 2019
Westlife announced their comeback album and tour last October and set to play two dates in Croke Park this summer.
They announced a second concert at the iconic Dublin venue after their first gig sold out in mere minutes.
Here we go again 🎤🎤🎤🎤— Nicky Byrne (@NickyByrne) December 18, 2018
Having just announced two Cardiff dates,
that brings the Twenty Tour to 32shows so far across Ireland & Uk, A brand new album coming after 8years in 2019!
But.. it all kicks off on The Graham Norton Show on January 11th 🤞😲@thgnshow @grahnort pic.twitter.com/ATQOsai8b8
The Graham Norton Show airs on Friday, January 11 on BBC One at 10.35pm.
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