Formed in 1993, Boyzone sold a staggering 15 million records, hit the UK number one spot an incredible six times and put Ireland on the musical map. Featuring Keith Duffy, Mikey Graham, Ronan Keating, Shane Lynch and Stephen Gately, they combined laid-back Irish charm with boyish good looks and five distinctive personalities that worked together to create something utterly unique. When Boyzone first called it a day back in 1999, the band always said the day would come when they would perform together again. So 11 years on, the time had come for Boyzone to return to the stage and the studio. After all their years apart, touring together again made them realise how special and unique the connection between them is and Summer 2009 saw a live show that was bigger, better, brighter and more confident than anything they had ever done before.

When Stephen Gately died October 2009, Boyzone were recording their first album in more than a decade. The first album since the death is a poignant outing for Boyzone and features the last recorded vocals of their 'brother’.

What is clear is that Boyzone are facing a new beginning. They are entering a new chapter in their ongoing journey and celebration of all that was and what’s to come.