Ronan Keating will release his new studio album Time of My Life next month, and this weekend he shared the official music video for the record’s lead cut which sees the Irish singer busking on London’s Southbank, raising money that will be donated to Cancer Research UK.
The track itself is a rousing guitar-driven love song, that sits nicely alongside the run of solo hits that the Boyzone frontman scored back at the turn of the century, like The Long Goodbye and I Hope You Dance.
“This video is a reflection of the album itself – organic, honest and stripped of the bells and whistles sometimes found in my previous work,” he says. “I guess in some ways it mirrors where I am in my life and the way I now live it: optimistic, happy and without pretence. I have nothing to hide and everything to share, so I hope people can really relate to the songs and feel their own stories in the lyrics in the same way that other songs have done for me throughout the years.”