Ronan Keating has released music videos for his tracks In Your Arms and As Long As We’re In Love.
Both songs are taken from Ronan’s latest album Time of My Life and the videos are extremely personal to the singer-songwriter.
In Your Arms shares footage from Ronan’s wedding day, including never before seen moments from the Keating family’s private collection. The video sees footage of the newlywed couple walking down the aisle together, sharing the special day with their families and more private moments such as, wife to be, Storm getting ready earlier in the day.
The video for As Long As we’re In Love features a rare performance from Ronan’s wife Storm Keating. Throughout, Ronan is seen dueting with a mystery singer who is revealed to be Storm only at the very end of the video. Storm also made an appearance on Ronan’s latest album, singing backing vocals on both In Your Arms and As Long As We’re In Love.
Talking about the videos Ronan says, “Very excited to be launching not one but two new music videos today from the Time Of My Life album. It’s the first time I have done something like this which kinda seems appropriate given there are so many ‘first time’ things about this album!
These songs are my favourite two from the album and I feel together they convey what the album is all about. The two videos beautifully bring the words to life and I credit this to Andy Hull and Andrew Gemmell who not only came up with the creative, but then made them come to life. They’re obviously very personal videos (and songs) because not only is my wife involved with both, so are my kids and our wedding day. I’ve never included my family in this way before and it makes me very proud – I guess because I’ve never been in a position to be so honest in my music before. It’s liberating. My family are a true extension of me and my music and I love that Andy & Andrew could show this in these two videos. Hope you enjoy watching both videos and the songs too.”
Ronan heads out on tour this September in support of the record:
6th – Belfast – Waterfront Hall
7th – Dublin – Olympia Theatre
9th – Plymouth – Pavilion
10th – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
11th – Bristol – Colston Hall
12th – Bristol – Colston Hall
14th – Newcastle – City Hall
15th – Newcastle – City Hall
16th – Aberdeen – GE Arena
17th – Glasgow – Clyde Auditorium
18th – Glasgow – SECC
20th – Sheffield – City Hall
21st – York – York Barbican
22nd – Nottingham – Concert Hall
23rd – Manchester – O2 Apollo
24th – Manchester – O2 Apollo
26th – Birmingham – Symphony Hall
27th – Birmingham – Symphony Hall
29th – London – Apollo
30th – Torquay – Princess Theatre
1st – Bournemouth – BIC
2nd – Brighton – Centre
Watch both videos below:
In Your Arms