Boyzone have announced on their Instagram that they're releasing their final album, along with a final farewell tour.
After 25 years of playing world-wide an becoming Irish sensations, the band will reform for one last time with their first album since 2014. The album is called 'Thank You And Goodnight', and features songs written by Ed Sheeran and Gary Barlow. Their tour will take place during January, with a date in the 3 arena on the 24th of January.
In the video they posted to Instagram, you hear a snippet of one of the songs that will be released along with the album. The song is 'I Can Dream', that was originally recorded in 2002 for their late band-member's solo album, Stephen Gately, who passed away in 2009.
Their Instagram post refers to the last 25 years they've spent together, and how they started out as 5 north-side young boys who's first big moment was being on the Late Late show.
The album is set to released on the 16th of November and followed by a farewell tour.
After 25 years, Boyzone will be releasing their last ever studio album and will embark on a farewell tour. "When we started out as five young Dublin Northsiders, eager to face the world, we never imagined that we’d still have an army of fans some twenty-five years later... If you’d seen our famous first TV appearance on The Late Late Show, you’d probably be surprised too! But what followed was the stuff of dreams." Read the full message and pre-order the album from the band’s official store to get early access to tour tickets, link in bio. #bz25 #ThankYouAndGoodnight