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Boyzlife announce dates in Chatham and Margate and release a fan video of their new single for lockdown

Pop duo Boyzlife have announced two dates in the county next year on the day they release their fan video to their latest single.

The Westlife and Boyzone supergroup of Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden, who previously were members of the 90s and 00s boybands, announced dates in Chatham and Margate next spring as their new single No Matter What was released.

Boyslife will play in Chatham and Margate
Boyslife will play in Chatham and Margate

The official music video for the single, which is with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, features clips submitted by fans, which the band say gives fans a chance to be "a part of their lockdown journey."

But they have delayed the release of their album until July as a result of the current crisis.

“Due to the unprecedented situation we're all going through at the moment, we've had to make the decision to move the Strings Attached album release date to July 17," they said.

"We know this is disappointing news - we're personally gutted - but we will continue to release some tracks from the album digitally in the meantime so we can all continue to enjoy the record.

"We can't wait for you all to hear the album and are both so looking forward to celebrating the release with you very soon. Look after each other and stay safe.”

Former Boyzone star Keith Duffy earned six UK No 1 singles, and five No.1 albums with worldwide sales of more than 25 million during his time with the band.

With four No. 1 albums and more than 30 million total record sales under his belt, Brian McFadden enjoyed similar success during his time with Westlife and as a solo artist, earning 13 UK and Ireland No.1 singles and a record breaking seven consecutive top spots.

They will play the Central Theatre in Chatham on Saturday, April 24, 2021, and Margate Winter Gardens on Saturdday, May 8, 2021.

Watch the video for their single here:

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