Westlife have just released Spectrum, the 'BEST' album of their careers
It's safe to say we all jumped for joy when we first found out that Westlife were making a comeback.
Their Croke Park gig will be one we won't forget and to top off their sensational comeback to music, the lads have just released their new album, Spectrum.
The 11 track album, featuring original new music, sees the band in a new light and showcases the lads' brilliant vocals with a collection of fresh pop anthems and soul-stirring ballads.
It includes the uptempo first comeback single ‘Hello My Love’ as well as the recently released ‘My Blood’.
Westlife said of their new album: "Spectrum has everything we love in music and includes a mixture of great uptempo’s such as ‘Hello My Love’ as well as heartfelt ballads like ‘Better Man’ and ‘My Blood’. We’re excited for everyone to hear it.
"We’ve probably had more input into this album than any other in our careers."
The highly anticipated album was co-written by Westlife, Ed Sheeran and Steve Mac and recorded in Dublin, LA and London.
"The album has been a huge team effort and it has been fantastic to collaborate with our long term friend Steve Mac, James Bay and Ed Sheeran. There’s no doubt that they’ve helped us make this album the best it can be."
You can download of album here.