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L I V E 2 4 -SE V EN


S: “For some, Westlife was their entire childhood. Some people who are 25 now were five when we’d started. The fans are so excited to hear about everything and there’s so much we want to tell them. And we’ll tell them, bit by bit. We’re still finding out a lot of that bit by bit ourselves. It’s exciting. It’s very natural.” S: “Since being out of it, you realise what it’s like not to be in Westlife, which is so important. You really appreciate what Westlife means: for us and the fans. I’ve really noticed how much the band meant to people.”


Working with Mariah Carey... K: “She used to call us her little Irish boys,” Kian impersonated in a high-pitched female New York accent. S: “Mariah was lovely. We were just kids: 19, 20 years old, and we were singing with the biggest diva in the world. We were literally babies. Then Mariah was just so cool, we got to sing with her a few times after on TV. Things like that were mad!”


On not rushing new music... M: “We did 13 albums in 14 years, that’s not a balance. Moving forward, we want a balance.” S: “Coming back with great music is the most important thing and that’s why we’ll take our time writing this first album. It could take quite a while to finish it. We want to come back with something amazing and reinvent Westlife.”


On the tour S: “We will get to everyone eventually.” K: “Every country that wants to see Westlife will see us at some point. We won’t step away from this until we’ve managed to tour the world.” S: “We have a lot more we feel we can achieve. To do that, we need more music, and to fit in with the current music in the charts. That’s the tricky bit.”


Interviewed talking to 1883 / 14


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