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🇮🇪 Westlife’s new album ‘Spectrum’ on course for Number 1 in the UK and the biggest sales week of the year in Ireland!

Their new album is outselling the rest of the Top 10 combined!

Just last Friday, Nicky Byrne and his mates from Westlife, released their brand new album “Spectrum”. It’s their first album in nine years and the first sale numbers we are getting are huge! The album features eleven songs including the hits “Helly My Love”, “Better Man”, “My Blood” and “Dynamite”. The album is on the way to reach the top in both Ireland and the UK if the sales keep their momentum from the weekend. Music giants such as Ed Sheeran & Ryan Tedder are writers of some songs.

The biggest comeback of the year!

Even before releasing their long-anticipated album “Spectrum”, the guys went on a sold-out tour in the UK and Ireland including selling out Croke Park (2x 80.000 tickets) within minutes. Now their eleventh album “Spectrum” was released and the sales are looking huge!

“Spectrum” will debut at Number 1 in Ireland with probably the biggest sales week of any album this year. This would mark the bands 11th #01 album in the country. In the UK the chances for debuting on Number 1 of the official album charts are equally high.

Westlife are well on their way to scoring their first UK Number 1 album in over a decade. The group’s eleventh studio album and first for nine years Spectrum leads today’s Official Chart Update, and is outselling the rest of the Top 10 combined in the race for Friday’s Number 1, the Official Charts Company can confirm. Spectrum has already shifted in excess of 50,000 chart sales.

But there is no stopping them. In 2020 Westlife will go on an even bigger tour in Ireland and UK with all the hits from their brand new album and the past hits. Tickets are already on sale and the dates can be found below. More dates are planned to be released.

Norwich, UK, Carrow Road – 19 June 2020
Peterborough, UK, The Weston Homes Stadium – 21 June 2020
Cardiff, UK, Cardiff City Stadium – 26 June 2020
Falkirk, UK, The Falkirk Stadium – 27 June 2020
Inverness, UK, Inverness Caledonian Stadium – 28 June 2020
Southampton, UK, The Ageas Bowl – 3 July 2020
Plymouth, UK, Home Park – 4 July 2020
Colwyn Bay, UK, Stadium Zipworld – 5 July 2020
Hull, UK, Hull College Craven Park Stadium – 10 July 2020
Colchester, UK, Castle Park – 11 July 2020
Gloucester, UK, Kingsholm Stadium – 12 July 2020
Leicester, UK, Fischer County Ground – 16 July 2020
Canterbury, UK, The Spitfire Ground – 17 July 2020
Durham, UK, Emirates Riverside – 18 July 2020
London, UK, Wembley Stadium – Saturday 22 August 2020
Cork, Ireland, Páirc Uí Chaoimh – Friday 28 August 2020
Cork, Ireland, Páirc Uí Chaoimh – Saturday 29 August 2020

Moreover, the fans voted Westlife’s ‘The Twenty Tour’ as “Ticket Of The Year” on


Listen to their new album “Spectrum” below:

Dominik Rössing

Hey, I'm Dominik from Germany. Watched my first Eurovision in 2003 and I was in love right away! Attended my first contest in 2011 and every contest since 2013. The same happened with Melodifestivalen. Started watching in 2006 and been to every final since 2017 and try to make it to at least one heat each year, too. After all, Melodifestivalen is the real deal ♥

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