Ronan Keating Breathe: WORLD VIDEO EXCLUSIVE

Take a deep breath, ladies and just breathe.

Oh yes, the lovely Ronan has given us an exclusive first peek at the new video for his latest track. 

The Boyzone legend is going strong as a solo star with his incredible 29th single release.

Breathe is another melodic pop-rock charmer from the blue-eyed boy from Dublin and the video features some nostalgic nods for the fans.

 

We recently previewed the video for Let Me Love You, which featured the superstar busking by the river Thames

This time around he is leaping across rooftops and taking of his clothes in the rain – which is sure to keep fans happy.

Well, just his shirt and jacket, unfortunatley,but it gives us all a cheeky flash of his tattoos.

Eagle-eyed fans will be thrilled to see that the clip features moments from throughout Ronan’s career including the famous bench from his video for When You Say Nothing at All and chandeliers from Boyzone’s smash hit Love Me For a Reason.

Breathe is the second single taken from Ronan's latest album, Time Of My Life.

The powerful song was co-written by the Irish star with his Once co-star and live guitarist Dan Healy.

Ronan performed eight shows a week in the acclaimed musical in London's West End and admits that the experience built his confidence to start this new chapter of his recording career.

"Over the last few years I have been on an incredible journey and it's the best thing that could have happened to me, as now I'm finally comfortable in my own skin and truly happy," he says.

"I've spent the majority of my life and career pleasing everyone else, doing what people expected of me and in a sense I lost the confidence just to simply be me. 

"This album is a true reflection of who I am and the music I want to make. It’s taken a year to write but in that time I have given the most honest piece of me.“

 

"I've spent the majority of my life and career pleasing everyone else, doing what people expected of me and in a sense I lost the confidence just to simply be me. 

"This album is a true reflection of who I am and the music I want to make.

"It’s taken a year to write but in that time I have given the most honest piece of me.“

Ronan has also fuelled the frenzied speculation about a possible Boyzone reunion for their 25th Anniversary.

Source : http://www.express.co.uk/