Westlife send fans into frenzy as Irish boy band release first new single in nine years
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Westlife send fans into frenzy as Irish boy band release first new single in nine years

WESTLIFE have finally released their first new single in almost a decade.

The Irish boy band dropped the brand new track 'Hello My Love' this morning, written and produced by hitmakers Ed Sheeran and Steve Mac – who also worked on 'Shape of You', 'Your Song' and 'Woman Like Me'.

The lads – who reunited last year minus Brian McFadden – last released new material nine years ago with the 2010 single 'Gravity'.

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A busy year lies ahead for the foursome with a summer tour of Ireland and the UK including a double header at Dublin's Croke Park on the horizon.

The Twenty Tour has already proved a hit with ticket sales and will celebrate Westlife's 20th anniversary in May and June.

The band will appear on the Graham Norton Show this Friday and are expected to release a new album sometime this year.

Their new single is, unsurprisingly, pure unashamed pop and with Ed Sheeran involved – what could go wrong?

Give it a listen below:

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