The former Westlife singer revealed he’s working on his fifth studio album following the release of his 2012 record ‘The Irish Connection’.
He made the announcement while performing at Bush Hall in London on Tuesday (03.11.15), where he premiered a handful of new songs from the as-yet untitled collection.
During the intimate show he joked around with the crowd by telling anecdotes about his life such as his struggle to give up smoking and joking about how he uses gay dating app Grindr causing plenty of laughs among the crowd.
And as well as playing tracks from his previous albums, the 35-year-old star returned to classic Westlife tracks, despite their split in 2012.
The 15-track set was complete with an encore featuring two of the band’s biggest hits, ‘Uptown Girl’ and ‘Flying Without Wings, the latter of which he dedicated to the crowd.
Before kicking off the hit single, he said: ”I want to dedicate this to the most important people in the room which is all of you who are here tonight.
”You’ve been here since I started in Westlife, since when I left Westlife, the stuff I’ve done wrong, and all the s**t I’ve done. You’ve all been standing there. So this one’s for you.”