Ronan Keating has announced his solo tour - and he can't wait to sing new song 'Breathe' to his fans.
The 38-year-old singer has unveiled autumn dates in the UK for his 'Time Of My Life Tour' in support of his upcoming solo album of the same name, which is a collection of love songs inspired by his relationship with his wife Storm Uechtritz.
Ronan has already started rehearsing his fresh material to find out how he's going to recreate them on stage and he is sure 'Breathe' is going to become a live highlight because it's such a "euphoric" song.
He told BANG Showbiz: "Storm's inspired me for the last 12 months to make this record, I've dug deep about my feelings and all the songs come from the heart. It's very autobiographical, I'm in a great place and that's come out of me in the lyrics. I'm proud of the songs, I think they're my best work and I'm excited for people to hear them live, I was excited for Storm to hear them.
"There's a song called 'Breathe' - which is going to be the second single - I'm really enjoying singing it at home just with my guitar as I get ready for the live performances and that track has a great euphoric chorus. I'm sure people are going to love it."
Ronan can't wait to hit the road and after his UK dates he will be heading to Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia, but admits he does sometimes miss the "carnival" atmosphere that comes with touring with his group Boyzone.
He explained: "Touring on my own is different sonically, I have a different band, my backing band and Boyzone's band is slightly different. I love what I do solo and of course I love what I do with Boyzone - it's a different experience with Boyzone as it's a bit of a carnival on stage. I love touring with the lads."
Tickets for the UK dates of the tour go on sale at BookingsDirect.com and RonanKeating.com from February 12.
'Time Of My Life' - Ronan's tenth studio album - will be released the same day.
Ronan Keating's 'Time Of My Life' UK tour dates:
Fri 9 Sept PLYMOUTH Pavilions
Sat 10 Sept CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena
Sun 11 Sept BRISTOL Colston Hall
Wed 14 Sept NEWCASTLE City Hall
Fri 16 Sept ABERDEEN GE Arena
Sun 18 Sept GLASGOW Clyde Auditorium
Tue 20 Sept SHEFFIELD City Hall
Thu 22 Sept NOTTINGHAM Royal Concert Hall
Fri 23 Sept MANCHESTER 02 Apollo
Mon 26 Sept BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
Thu 29 Sept LONDON Eventim Apollo
Sat 01 Oct BOURNEMOUTH International Centre
Sun 02 Oct BRIGHTON Centre